Definition of 'black and white'
Example sentences containing 'black and white'
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But the image of the falling man seemed to pulsate, flashing black and white on her retina. THE SCAR (2002)The room was dim, and the black and white images of the film sent dancing shadows across the walls. A TROUT IN THE MILK (2002)Another slug and the Bell's was ringing in my head and Heike was clear, sharp, black and white and laughing. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
My shock turned to anger as I saw the caption in black and white: Quality Insurance Company v. Matthew Rey, it read. A KING'S RANSOM (2002)
There were available: the handsome tabby; a long-haired black-and-white cat; a white cat with grey patches. ON CATS (2002)She'd seen her flickering black-and-white picture on some late-night movie channel. COLDHEART CANYON (2002)A soldier holding a gun, watching frightened, fleeing figures in a fuzzy black-and-white photograph in a history book. SEA MUSIC (2002)
I flick through the channels and watch a black-and-white Ronald Reagan movie. CHAMELEON (2002)
Translations for 'black and white'
British English: black and white ADJECTIVE
In a black and white photograph or film, everything is shown in black, white, and grey.
...a black and white photo of the two of us together.
Definition of black and white from the Collins English Dictionary
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