Definition of 'blacklist'
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`You will see that Mrs Talbot's name is posted on the blacklist at all departure points for Ireland, both sea and air. A SEASON IN HELL (1989)
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Translations for 'blacklist'
British English: blacklist NOUN
If someone is on a blacklist, they are seen by a government or other organization as being one of a number of people who cannot be trusted or who have done something wrong.
A government official disclosed that they were on a secret blacklist.
British English: blacklist VERB
If someone is blacklisted by a government or organization, they are put on a blacklist.
He has been blacklisted since 1969.
- American English: blacklist
- Brazilian Portuguese: colocar na lista negra
- Chinese: 列为黑名单
- European Spanish: poner en la lista negra
- French: mettre sur la liste noire
- German: auf die schwarze Liste setzen
- Italian: mettere sulla lista nera
- Japanese: ブラックリストに載せる
- Korean: 블랙리스트에 올리다
- European Portuguese: colocar na lista negra
- Spanish: poner en la lista negra
Definition of blacklist from the Collins English Dictionary
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