shutout

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shutout (plural shutouts)

  1. Closing and forbidding entry, as a lockout in which management prevents works from working.
    A shutout is a reverse strike: the union complained and the workers wanted to work, but management was opposed.
  2. (sports) A game that ends with one side not having scored.
    The score wasn't just lopsided, it was a shutout.

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