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1. See lockout.
2. Sports A game in which one side does not score.
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1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a less common word for a lockout. See lock out3
2. (General Sporting Terms) sport a game in which the opposing team does not score
vb (tr, adverb)
3. to keep out or exclude
4. to conceal from sight: we planted trees to shut out the view of the road.
5. (General Sporting Terms) to prevent (an opponent) from scoring
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1. an act or instance of shutting out.
2. the state of being shut out.
a. a preventing of the opposite side from scoring, as in baseball.
b. any game in which one side does not score.
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