news blackout

news blackout
запрещение передачи и публикации информации

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  • news blackout — news .blackout n a period of time when news about a particular event is not allowed to be reported ▪ The Indian government has imposed a news blackout in Srinigar …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • news blackout — index censorship Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • blackout — ► NOUN 1) a period when all lights must be turned out to prevent them being seen by the enemy during an air raid. 2) a sudden failure or dimming of electric lights. 3) a temporary loss of consciousness. 4) an official suppression of information:… …   English terms dictionary

  • blackout — n. extinguishing or concealment of all lights during wartime 1) to impose, order a blackout 2) to observe a blackout suppression of news 3) to impose, order a blackout 4) to lift a blackout 5) to violate a blackout 6) a news blackout * * * [… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • blackout — [[t]blæ̱kaʊt[/t]] blackouts also black out 1) N COUNT: usu sing A blackout is a period of time during a war in which towns and buildings are made dark so that they cannot be seen by enemy planes. ...blackout curtains. 2) N COUNT: usu sing, usu n… …   English dictionary

  • blackout — /blak owt /, n. 1. the extinguishing or concealment of all visible lights in a city, military post, etc., usually as a precaution against air raids. 2. a period during a massive power failure when the lack of electricity for illumination results… …   Universalium

  • blackout — noun Date: 1913 1. a. a turning off of the stage lighting to separate scenes in a play or end a play or skit; also a skit that ends with a blackout b. a period of darkness enforced as a precaution against air raids c. a period of darkness (as in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • blackout — black|out [ˈblækaut] n 1.) a period of darkness caused by a failure of the electricity supply = ↑power cut 2.) a situation in which particular pieces of news or information are not allowed to be reported ▪ As the crisis worsened, the authorities… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • blackout — noun (C) 1 a period of darkness caused by a failure of the electricity supply: The storm caused a sudden blackout and brought down telephone lines. 2 a period during a war when all the lights in a town etc must be turned off 3 an occasion when… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • blackout — noun 1) there must have been a blackout all the clocks are blinking Syn: power failure, power outage, brownout 2) a news blackout Syn: suppression, silence, censorship, gag order, reporting restrictions 3) he had a blacko …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • blackout — black•out [[t]ˈblækˌaʊt[/t]] n. 1) mil the extinguishing or concealment of all visible lights, usu. as a precaution against air raids 2) elm a period of failure of all electrical power, sometimes caused by an unusually heavy demand for… …   From formal English to slang


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