blackout

/blˈækˌaʊt/

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meanings

noun:

  1. A large-scale power failure, and resulting loss of electricity to consumers.
  2. A temporary loss of consciousness.
  3. An instance of censorship, especially a temporary one.
  4. The mandatory blocking of all light emanating from buildings as imposed during World War II.
  5. A temporary loss of memory.

words with similar pronunciation

The similarity is measured in the number of changed sounds (added, deleted, or replaced) between two transcriptions.

blacked/blˈækt/, 1 change.
blackouts/blˈækˌaʊts/, 1 change.
blacken/blˈækən/, 2 changes.
lockout/lˈɑkˌaʊt/, 2 changes.
blocked/blˈɑkt/, 2 changes.
breakout/bɹˈɛɪkˌaʊt/, 2 changes.
blanket/blˈæŋkət/, 2 changes.
lookout/lˈʊkˌaʊt/, 2 changes.
lacked/lˈækt/, 2 changes.
blacks/blˈæks/, 2 changes.


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