Con la garantía de Vox y Laurosse Vox Larousse
Sólo te quedan 4 consultas gratuitas
Lengua inglesa
black pronunciación
adjective (blacker , blackest )
1 having the darkest colour, the same colour as coal; reflecting no light.
2 without any light; totally dark.
3 (now usu Black) used of people: dark-skinned, especially of African, West Indian or Australian Aboriginal origin.
4 (usu Black) belonging or relating to Black people.
5 said of coffee or tea: without added milk.
6 angry; threatening black looks .
7 dirty; soiled came in from the garden with his hands black .
8 sad, gloomy or depressed; dismal a black mood .
9 promising trouble; likely to be bad in some way The future looks black .
10 wicked or sinister; grim or macabre black-hearted black comedy .
11 said of goods, etc: not allowed by a trade union to be handled, especially during a strike.
12 said of income, etc: not reported in tax returns; illicit.
1 the colour of coal, etc, the darkest colour, or absence of colour.
2 anything which is black in colour, eg a black chess piece.
3 (usu Black) a dark-skinned person, especially one of African, West Indian or Australian Aboriginal origin.
4 black clothes worn when in mourning.
5 a black pigment or dye.
6 (usu be in the black) the credit side of an account; the state of not being in debt. Compare red ( noun 6).
verb (blacked , blacking )
1 (also blacken) to make something black The men blacked their faces with soot .
2 to clean (shoes, etc) with black polish.
3 said of a trade union: to forbid work to be done on or with (certain goods).
[Anglo-Saxon blæc ]
blackly adverb in an angry or threatening way.
blackness noun .
in black and white
1 in writing or in print.
2 having or using no colours, only black and white.
in someone's black books in trouble or disgrace, or out of favour with them
[From the 16c; a black book was one in which the names of people deserving punishment were recorded].
in the black in credit; solvent; out of debt
[From the bookkeeping practice of writing in black ink on the credit side of a ledger].
black out said of a person: to lose consciousness.
black something out
1 to deprive it of light; to extinguish or cover (lights) in (a place).
2 to prevent (information) from being broadcast or published; to suppress (news, etc).

© Hodder Education

Zona Premium

Información para Empresas y Universidades¡Hazte usuario Premium!
Diccionario MédicoDiccionario Enciclopédico


Únete a nosotros en FACEBOOK Síguenos
Conoce nuestras WEBS
  • Larousse
    La información más completa sobre todas las obras Larousse.
  • Vox
    Toda la información acerca de los diccionarios y otros libros de Vox.
  • Diccionarios adaptados a la edad escolar.

Enlaces patrocinados

Quiénes somos | Ayuda | Seguridad | Privacidad | Condiciones
© 2020 Larousse Editorial, SL