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Translation of "black" - English-Turkish dictionary

black

adjective     /blæk/
COLOUR
A1 being the colour of coal or of the sky on a very dark night kara a black jacket Black, white and grey
PERSON
A2 Someone who is black has the dark skin typical of people from Africa. zenci ırkından black athletes/AmericansBlack, white and greyThe skin, and skin colourPeople of specific racial or ethnic background
OF BLACK PEOPLE
relating to black people siyahi the black communityPeople of specific racial or ethnic background
DRINK
Black tea or coffee has no milk or cream added to it. sade (kahve, çay) Warm drinks
HUMOUR
funny about unpleasant or frightening subjects kara (mizah) black comedyHumour and humorousDeath and dying
ANGRY
angry kızgın He gave her a black look.Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
SITUATION
If your situation or future is black, it is very bad. geleceği karanlık, belirsiz Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for bad
blackness noun [U]
siyahlık
→  See also jet-black , pitch-black
(Definition of black adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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