blank collocations and examples

 UK /blæŋk/

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1

containing no writing, marks, or information


Adverbs frequently used with blank
completely, entirely, totallyYou may find that you now have a completely blank screen.
Nouns frequently used with blank
surface: card, page, screen, sheet, wallAt the end of the paper must be added one blank sheet of paper, as a cover.form or space for information: box, cheque, column, email, field, form, space, templateYou can create your own worksheets based on blank templates provided.object for holding information: cassette, CD, disc, disk, DVD, tapeIn those days I always had a blank tape ready to record our latest songs.
Verbs frequently used with blank
be, go, leave somethingSuddenly my mind went blank.The email subject line was left blank.
2

showing no emotion or reaction


Adverbs frequently used with blank
completely, entirely, totallyI found it worrying that my memory could be so totally blank.
Nouns frequently used with blank
expression: expression, face, look, stareWe were met with rudeness and blank stares.feeling or behaviour: amazement, incomprehension, refusalHe gave her an unaccustomed look of blank incomprehension.
Verbs frequently used with blank
go, look, remainMy mind went blank.
 
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