In-black-and-white meaning

(idiomatic) Explicitly, in writing, clearly and without doubt or misunderstanding, without any grey areas.

I'll believe that when I see it in black and white.

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(literally) Using shades of grey/gray rather than colour/color.

This film was shot in black and white.

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Having it displayed using shades of gray/gray rather than colour/color (as it was shot or recorded).

To watch color films in black and white.

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