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black·list

 (blăk′lĭst′)
n.
A list of persons or organizations that have incurred disapproval or suspicion or are to be boycotted or otherwise penalized.
tr.v. black·list·ed, black·list·ing, black·lists
To place on or as if on a blacklist.

black′list′er n.

blacklist

(ˈblækˌlɪst)
n
a list of persons or organizations under suspicion, or considered untrustworthy, disloyal, etc, esp one compiled by a government or an organization
vb
(tr) to put on a blacklist
ˈblackˌlisting n

black•list

(ˈblækˌlɪst)
n.
1. a list of persons who are under suspicion, disfavor, or censure, or who are not to be hired, served, or otherwise accepted.
v.t.
2. to put on a blacklist.
[1610–20]

blacklist


Past participle: blacklisted
Gerund: blacklisting

Imperative
blacklist
blacklist
Present
I blacklist
you blacklist
he/she/it blacklists
we blacklist
you blacklist
they blacklist
Preterite
I blacklisted
you blacklisted
he/she/it blacklisted
we blacklisted
you blacklisted
they blacklisted
Present Continuous
I am blacklisting
you are blacklisting
he/she/it is blacklisting
we are blacklisting
you are blacklisting
they are blacklisting
Present Perfect
I have blacklisted
you have blacklisted
he/she/it has blacklisted
we have blacklisted
you have blacklisted
they have blacklisted
Past Continuous
I was blacklisting
you were blacklisting
he/she/it was blacklisting
we were blacklisting
you were blacklisting
they were blacklisting
Past Perfect
I had blacklisted
you had blacklisted
he/she/it had blacklisted
we had blacklisted
you had blacklisted
they had blacklisted
Future
I will blacklist
you will blacklist
he/she/it will blacklist
we will blacklist
you will blacklist
they will blacklist
Future Perfect
I will have blacklisted
you will have blacklisted
he/she/it will have blacklisted
we will have blacklisted
you will have blacklisted
they will have blacklisted
Future Continuous
I will be blacklisting
you will be blacklisting
he/she/it will be blacklisting
we will be blacklisting
you will be blacklisting
they will be blacklisting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been blacklisting
you have been blacklisting
he/she/it has been blacklisting
we have been blacklisting
you have been blacklisting
they have been blacklisting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been blacklisting
you will have been blacklisting
he/she/it will have been blacklisting
we will have been blacklisting
you will have been blacklisting
they will have been blacklisting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been blacklisting
you had been blacklisting
he/she/it had been blacklisting
we had been blacklisting
you had been blacklisting
they had been blacklisting
Conditional
I would blacklist
you would blacklist
he/she/it would blacklist
we would blacklist
you would blacklist
they would blacklist
Past Conditional
I would have blacklisted
you would have blacklisted
he/she/it would have blacklisted
we would have blacklisted
you would have blacklisted
they would have blacklisted

blacklist

A list, often imaginary, of defaulters or people who have otherwise earned disapproval; from the black-bound books in which town clerks recorded the names of criminals.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blacklist - a list of people who are out of favorblacklist - a list of people who are out of favor
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
Verb1.blacklist - put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycottedblacklist - put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted; "many books were blacklisted by the Nazis"
list - include in a list; "Am I listed in your register?"

blacklist

verb exclude, bar, ban, reject, rule out, veto, boycott, embargo, expel, vote against, preclude, disallow, repudiate, proscribe, ostracize, debar, blackball the full list of blacklisted airports A government official disclosed that they had secretly been blacklisted.

blacklist

verb
To exclude from normal social or professional activities:
Translations
القائِمَةُ السَّوْداءيُدْرِجُ اسْمَهُ في القائِمَةِ السَّوداء
černá listinadát na černou listinu
føre en på den sorte listesortliste
feketelistafeketelistára tesz
setja á svartan listasvartur listi
čierna listinadať na čiernu listinu
kara listekara listeye almak

blacklist

[ˈblæklɪst]
A. Nlista f negra

blacklist

[ˈblæklɪst]
nliste f noire
vtmettre sur la liste noireblack magic nmagie f noire

blacklist

[ˈblækˌlɪst]
1. nlista nera
2. vtmettere sulla lista nera

black

(blӕk) adjective
1. of the colour in which these words are printed. black paint.
2. without light. a black night; The night was black and starless.
3. dirty. Your hands are black!; black hands from lifting coal.
4. without milk. black coffee.
5. evil. black magic.
6. (often offensive. currently acceptable in the United States, South Africa etc) Negro, of African, West Indian descent.
7. (especially South Africa) coloured; of mixed descent (increasingly used by people of mixed descent to refer to themselves).
noun
1. the colour in which these words are printed. Black and white are opposites.
2. something (eg paint) black in colour. I've used up all the black.
3. (often with capital. often offensive: currently acceptable in the United states, South Africa etc) a Negro; a person of African, West Indian etc descent.
verb
to make black.
ˈblackness noun
ˈblacken verb
1. to make or become black. The sky blackened before the storm.
2. to make to seem bad. She blackened his character.
3. to clean with black polish. He blackened his boots.
black art/magic
magic performed for evil reasons. He tries to practise black magic.
ˈblackbird noun
a dark-coloured bird of the thrush family.
ˈblackboard noun
a dark-coloured board for writing on in chalk (used especially in schools).
black box
a built-in machine for automatic recording of the details of a plane's flight. They found the black box two miles away from the wreckage of the crashed plane.
the Black Death noun
the plague that killed large numbers of people in Europe in the 14th to 18th centuries.
black eye
an eye with bad bruising around it (eg from a punch). George gave me a black eye.
ˈblackhead noun
a small black-topped lump in a pore of the skin, especially of the face.
ˈblacklist noun
a list of people who are out of favour etc.
verb
to put (a person etc) on such a list.
ˈblackmail verb
to obtain money illegally from (a person), usually by threatening to make known something which the victim wants to keep secret.
noun
the act of blackmailing. money got by blackmail.
ˈblackmailer noun
Black Maria (məˈraiə)
a prison van. The policeman took the three suspects to the police station in a Black Maria.
black market
(a place for) the illegal buying and selling, at high prices, of goods that are scarce, rationed etc. coffee on the black market.
black marketeer
a person who sells goods on the black market.
ˈblackout noun
1. a period of darkness produced by putting out all lights. Accidents increase during a blackout.
2. a ban (on news etc). a blackout of news about the coup.
3. a period of unconsciousness. He has had several blackouts during his illness.
4. a brief, temporary loss of memory, as when an actor forgets his/her lines.
5. (also outage) a period of a general power failure.
6. (in the theatre) the putting out of the stage lights at the end of a scene etc.
black sheep
a member of a family or group who is unsatisfactory in some way. My brother is the black sheep of the family.
ˈblacksmith noun
a person who makes and repairs by hand things made of iron. The blacksmith made a new shoe for the horse.
black and blue
badly bruised. After the fight the boy was all black and blue.
black out
to lose consciousness. He blacked out for almost a minute.
in black and white
in writing or print. Would you put that down in black and white?
References in classic literature ?
It was worth a fortune to the packers to keep their blacklist effective, as a warning to the men and a means of keeping down union agitation and political discontent.
Whitelist and Blacklist capability to provide customers additional controls to manage the flow of email into their accounts.
The finale is titled "Berlin," which indicates that 'Berlin' is someone on the blacklist and it is not Berlin of Germany.
But a group of 100 workers in England are about to embark on a class action against 39 companies who funded a blacklist.
Tom Keen is currently the real blacklist criminal in NBC's "The Blacklist," but Red has no clue about his real identity or his job profile.
He said: "The major construction firms who used the Consulting Association blacklist systematically breached the human rights of thousands of workers whose only crime was to raise concerns about safety or join a trade union.
I considered canceling my blacklist subscriptions but these lists have been effective in reducing the quantity of spam entering my e-mail network.
Madeline Prat is the new name that Red discloses to the FBI from his blacklist.
Abraham Polonsky and Edward Dmytryk were deeply affected by the blacklist.
All functions of the device, including software and blacklist updates, are automatic, requiring no human intervention.
The episode 13 has laid base for some exciting twists to unfold in the upcoming episodes of "The Blacklist.