To blank someone

Hello everybody,

A British girl is talking to her best mate about her first bisexual experience.
Since she's been fancying a work colleague for a while, she tried come on to her during a work trip.

I told that woman at work that I wanted to sleep with her..she blanked me when we got to London though.

I'm quite sure I've heard the verb "to blank" used as a synonym of "to ignore" in BE, could anyone confirm it?
  • ewie

    Senior Member
    English English
    Hello, Paul. Yes, it means ignore, possibly even a bit more than ignore, like 'make a point of ignoring'.