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1blank/ˈblæŋk/adjective
blankerblankest
1blank
/ˈblæŋk/
adjective
blankerblankest
Learner's definition of BLANK  
: without any writing, marks, or pictures
— see also blank slate
   b  : having empty spaces to be filled in with information : not yet written in or filled out
— see also blank check
: without any recorded sound or information
: not showing any emotion
always used before a noun  : stated in a very direct and certain way
— see also point-blank

go blank

: to suddenly stop showing letters, images, etc.
◊ If your mind goes blank, you are unable to remember or think of something.

— blankly

adverb

— blankness

noun,[noncount]
2blank/ˈblæŋk/noun
pluralblanks
2blank
/ˈblæŋk/
noun
pluralblanks
Learner's definition of BLANK  
[count]  : an empty space on a document where you put information — sometimes used figuratively
[singular]  : a period of time that you cannot remember anything about
◊ If your mind is/draws a blank or if you draw a blank, you are unable to remember or think of something.
[count]  : a gun cartridge that is filled with powder but that does not contain a bullet
3blank/ˈblæŋk/verb
blanksblankedblanking
3blank
/ˈblæŋk/
verb
blanksblankedblanking
Learner's definition of BLANK  
[+ object]
US  : to keep (the opposing team) from scoring
British slang  : to behave in an unfriendly way toward (someone you have been friendly with in the past) : to ignore or refuse to talk to (someone)

blank out

[phrasal verb]
blank out (something) or blank (something) out 
: to completely hide or cover (something)
: to cause (something) to be forgotten
   b  : to completely forget (something)
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