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  1. blank

    • IPA[blaNGk]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a surface or background) unrelieved by decorative or other features; bare, empty, or plain;not written or printed on
    • n.
      a space left to be filled in a document;a document with blank spaces to be filled.
    • v.
      cover up, obscure, or cause to appear blank or empty;become blank or empty
    • verb: blank, 3rd person present: blanks, gerund or present participle: blanking, past tense: blanked, past participle: blanked

    • noun: blank, plural noun: blanks

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    形容詞

    名詞

    • 1. a space left to be filled in a document leave blanks to type in the appropriate names this measure required subjects to fill in the blanks in a story 同義詞 space, gap, blank space, empty space
    • a document with blank spaces to be filled.
    • a domino with one or both halves blank.
    • 2. a cartridge containing gunpowder but no bullet, used for training or as a signal.
    • 3. an empty space or period of time, especially in terms of a lack of knowledge or understanding my mind was a total blank 同義詞 void, vacuum, emptiness, vacancy
    • 4. a roughly cut metal or wooden block intended for further shaping or finishing.
    • a plain metal disk from which a coin is made by stamping a design on it.
    • 5. a dash written instead of a word or letter, especially instead of an obscenity or profanity.
    • used euphemistically in place of a noun regarded as obscene, profane, or abusive.

    動詞

    • 1. cover up, obscure, or cause to appear blank or empty electronic countermeasures blanked out the radar signals
    • become blank or empty the picture blanked out
    • cut (a metal blank) the complete core disk can be blanked out in one piece
    • 2. North American informal defeat (a sports opponent) without allowing the opposition to score Baltimore blanked Toronto in a 7–0 victory