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- noun A type of
questionor phrasewith one or more words replaced with a blank line, giving the reader the chance to add the missingword(s).
- verb To
answeror completea fill in the blank.
- verb idiomatic, figuratively To
completethe interruption, ambiguityor vaguenessin understanding, perceptionor contextof a situation.
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