1. the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)
2. total absence of light;
3. (board games) the darker pieces
4. black clothing (worn as a sign of mourning);
1. make or become black;
1. being of the achromatic color of maximum darkness; having little or no hue owing to absorption of almost all incident light;
2. of or belonging to a racial group having dark skin especially of sub-Saharan African origin;
3. marked by anger or resentment or hostility;
4. stemming from evil characteristics or forces; wicked or dishonorable;
5. offering little or no hope;
6. (of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin;
7. (of the face) made black especially as with suffused blood;
8. extremely dark;
9. harshly ironic or sinister;
10. (of intelligence operations) deliberately misleading;
11. distributed or sold illicitly;
12. (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame;
13. (of coffee) without cream or sugar
14. dressed in black;
15. soiled with dirt or soot;
In the play, she must appear in a bright red dress and long black stockings.
Her house is easily picked out from the rest; it has a large black gate.
Black is not my favourite colour.
Motorists are warned to take extra care this morning because there is black ice on many roads.
Your shoes are black; mine are brown.
The black clouds gave warning of an approaching storm.
The dog's coat is white with black patches.
Light and heat are sent off , together with heavy smoke, and soon only black charcoal is left.
It is unlawful for factories to emit black smoke into the air.
When he saw a black shadow in the moon light, he was green about the gills.
He gave her a black look.
It was a cold, black night.
After the chairman delivered his opening speech , Mr. black launched into a brilliant tirade.
Through his lack of attention to the game he had put his white stone into a " tiger's mouth " formed by three black stones.
She wore a sleek little black dress.
Please don't think I mistrust you, but I would prefer to have our agreement in black and white.
A field of burning grass is billowing thick black clouds of smoke into the sky.
The newspaper carried the martyr's photo framed in black.
The black paint on the door provides a contrast for the white walls.
I hope these black marks will clean off.
Black hair is a sharp contrast to a fair skin.
In " the black cat " the adjective " black " modifies the noun " cat " .
Two black plaits hung down on her back.
She was arrayed in a black velvet gown.
His eyes narrowed to two small pinpricks of black.
Clouds of thick black smoke billowed from the car's exhaust.
Although there is no overt hostility, black and white students do not mix much.
He has black hair.
Three black people were killed by shots fired at random from a minibus.
To lose consciousness or memory temporarily
blacked out at the podium.
blacked out many of my wartime experiences.
To prohibit the dissemination of, especially by censorship
blacked out the news issuing from the rebel provinces.
To extinguish or conceal all lights that might help enemy aircraft find a target during an air raid.
To extinguish all the lights on (a stage).
To cause a failure of electrical power in
Storm damage blacked out much of the region.
To withhold (a televised event or program) from a broadcast area
blacked out the football game on local stations.
will black out the entire state to increase ticket sales for the game.
black someone's eye
hit someone in the eye so as to cause bruising
in someone's black books
(informal)in disfavour with someone
look on the black side
(informal)view a situation from a pessimistic angle
men in black
(informal)anonymous dark-clothed men who supposedly visit people who have reported an encounter with a UFO or an alien in order to prevent them publicizing it
not as black as one is painted
(informal)not as bad as one is said to be
black something out
(一般作 be blacked out)extinguish all lights or completely cover windows, especially for protection against an air attack or in order to provide darkness in which to show a film
obscure something completely so that it cannot be read or seen
the number plate had been blacked out with masking tape.
in the black
On the credit side of a ledger; prosperous.
He blacked out at the sight of his own blood.
I totally blacked out that evening.
The whole region was blacked out for the final game.
Money that derives from an illegal transaction is considered" dirty" or" black " cash.
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