dim-out

dim-out

(dĭm′out′)
n.
1. Restricted use of lights at night, as to make a city less visible from the air in wartime.
2. The semidarkness resulting from restricted use of lights at night.
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dim-out

n
(Military) (in the US) a restriction which limits the use of lights at night
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dim′-out`

or dim′out`,



n.
a reduction or concealment of night lighting, esp. in wartime to be less visible to an enemy.
[1940–1945]
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Translations

dim-out

n (US) → Verdunkelung f
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