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black

noun
 
/blæk/
A2 the colour of the sky on a dark night
preto
She always dresses in black.
be in the black If your bank account is in the black, it contains some money.
estar com saldo credor, estar no azul
in black and white printed in a book, newspaper, or official document
preto no branco
Look at the contract – it’s all there in black and white.
Translations of “black”
in Arabic أسْوَد…
in Korean 검정색…
in Malaysian warna hitam, orang kulit hitam…
in French noir, Noir, Noire…
in Turkish siyah, zenci…
in Italian nero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顏色, 黑色的, 黑的…
in Russian черный цвет, негр…
in Polish czerń, czarnoskór-y/a, Murzyn/ka…
in Vietnamese màu đen, người da đen…
in Spanish negro…
in Thai สีดำ, นิโกร, คนผิวดำ…
in German das Schwarz, der/die Schwarze…
in Catalan negre…
in Japanese 黒, 黒色…
in Indonesian hitam, Negro…
in Chinese (Simplified) 颜色, 黑色的, 黑的…
(Definition of black noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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