Black-and-white meaning

blăkən-wīt, -hwīt
Writing or print.

Saw their words in black and white.

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A color palette, as in photography or printmaking, employing only black and white or black, white, and values of gray.

A film shot in black and white; a painting reproduced in black and white.

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Partially black and partially white.

A black-and-white cow.

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Being in writing or print.

Black-and-white proof.

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Expressing, recognizing, or based on two mutually exclusive sets of ideas or values.

Black-and-white categories; a black-and-white point of view.

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Writing or print.

To put an agreement down in black and white.

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A drawing or picture done in black and white.
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Reproduction, as by photography or television, of images in black, white, and gray rather than in chromatic colors.
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Set down in writing or print.
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Partly black and partly white.

A black-and-white tie.

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Of, having to do with, or seen solely in terms of, polar opposites.

A debater framing a complex issue in black-and-white terms.

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A black-and-white photograph.
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A police patrol car.
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(US, slang, law enforcement) A 1970s police patrol car.
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A type of giant cookie (about 8 inches diameter) with icing on the top side: half white, half dark chocolate.
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(imaging) Representing colours with pure black and white tones or with shades of gray.
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(figuratively) Easily divided into diametrically opposing camps or schools of thought.
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Of art, a photograph or photography, using shades of grey/gray rather than colour/color.
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Of a television or monitor, displaying images in shades of grey/gray rather than colour/color.
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