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be in the black

If a ​bankaccount is in the black, it ​contains some ​money, and if a ​person or ​business is in the black, they have ​money in the ​bank and are not in ​debt.
(Definition of be in the black from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be in the black”
in Chinese (Simplified) (账户上)有钱,有盈余…
in Chinese (Traditional) (帳戶上)有錢,有盈餘…
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