Definition of 'black'
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Keeping a wary eye on the black speck above him, Sam urged Sprout on. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)She had very dark blue eyes that were almost black, like Marianne's. THE EXECUTION (2001)He had tightly curling dark brown hair and distinctive black eyebrows. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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Translations for 'black'
British English: black /blæk/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is black is of the darkest colour that there is, the colour of the sky at night when there is no light at all.
He was wearing a black coat with a white collar.
- American English: black
- Arabic: أَسْوَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: preto
- Chinese: 黑的
- Croatian: crn
- Czech: černý
- Danish: sort
- Dutch: zwart
- European Spanish: negro
- Finnish: musta
- French: noir
- German: schwarz
- Greek: μαύρος
- Italian: nero
- Japanese: 黒い
- Korean: 검은
- Norwegian: sort
- Polish: czarny
- European Portuguese: preto
- Romanian: negru
- Russian: черный
- Spanish: negro
- Swedish: svart
- Thai: ดำ
- Turkish: siyah
- Ukrainian: чорний
- Vietnamese: đen màu
Definition of black from the Collins English Dictionary
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