blanc / blank / бланк

BLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBLANKBL a thick shaped stone biface for refining into a stone tool a type of gun cartridge a playing piece in the board game scrabble a solution containing no analyte a round metal disk to be struck as a coin a space provided for data on a form an uncut key a web browser function a song by taylor swift a track on the album take as needed for pain a 2009 french film an american a cappella group a marvel comics supervillain a short story by isaac asimov having no marks not written or printed on a blank sheet of paper not filled in as a printed form:unrelieved or unbroken by ornament opening decoration,lacking some usual or completing feature of a recording medium containing no previously recorded information a blank floppy disk void of interest variety results etc she sometimes occupied her blank days reading detective stories.showing no attention interest or emotion a blank expression on his face.a place where something is lacking an empty space:a blank in one's memory.a space in a printed form test etc to be filled in write your name in the blank a printed form containing such spaces Have you filled out one of these blanks a dash put in place of an omitted letter series of letters etc especially to avoid writing a word considered profane or obscene.metalworking. a piece of metal ready to be drawn pressed or machined into a finished object archery the bull's-eye.the object toward which anything is directed aim target to cross out or delete especially in order to invalidate or void usually followed by out informal to keep an opponent from scoring in a game.metalworking to stamp or punch out of flat stock as with a die to fail in an attempt be unsuccessful we've drawn a blank in the investigation to fail to comprehend or be unable to recollect he asked me their phone number and I drew a blank see empty dumfounded confused astounded pure simple unadulterated perfect absolute unqualified void vacancy emptiness gap lacuna hiatus of a writing surface bearing no marks not written on of a form, etc) with spaces left for details to be filled inwithout ornament or break unrelieved a blank wall not filled in empty void a blank spaceexhibiting no interest or expression a blank looklacking understanding confused he looked blank even after the explanations absolute complete blank rejection devoid of ideas or inspiration his mind went blank in the exam unproductive barrenan emptiness void blank space an empty space for writing in as on a printed form a printed form containing such aplate or plug used to seal an aperture a piece of material prepared for stamping punching forging archery the white spot in the centre of a target to choose a lottery ticket that fails to win to get no results from something usually foll by out to cross out blot or obscure to ignore or be unresponsive towards someone the crowd blanked her for the first four numbers to forge stamp punch or cut a piece of material in preparation for forging die-stamping or drawing operations often foll by off to seal an aperture with a plate or plug early 13c white pale colorless from old french blanc white shining from frankish blank white gleaming or some other west germanic source cf old norse blakkr old english blanca white horse old high german blanc blanch german blank shining bright from proto-germanic blangkaz to shine dazzle extended form of pie root bhel to shine flash burn see bleach meaning having empty spaces evolved c.1400 sense of void of expression a blank look is from 1550s spanish blanco, italian bianco are said to be from germanic.related blankly blankness.n.late 14c as the name of a small french coin 1550s as white space in the center of a target from the same source as blank meaning empty space in a document etc is from c 1570 meaning losing lottery ticket 1560s is behind the expression draw a blank the word has been for decorum's sake substituted for a word of execration oed from 1854 from 1896 as short for blank cartridge itself from 1826 v.1540s to nonplus disconcert shut up 1560s to frustrate from blank sports sense of defeat another team without allowing a score is from 1870 meaning to become blank or empty is from 1955 related blanked blanking a weakened or diluted narcotic or a nonnarcotic substance sold as a narcotic flea powder1970s+ narcotics to hold an opponent scoreless schneider shut out skunk the hapless tigers were blanked twice last week 1970s+ sports to kill rub out whack the woman loftus was with the night he was blanked 1980s underworld draw a blank shoot blanks noun sense probably fr blank cartridge a cartridge without a bullet