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Black, Cilla /ˈsɪlə/
black /blæk/ adjective (comparative blacker, superlative blackest)

تیره ، سیاه شده ، چرک وکثیف ، زشت ، تهدید امیز ، عبوسانه ، سیاهی ، دوده ، لباس عزا ، سیاه رنگ ، سیاه رنگی ، سیاه کردن ، بازرگانی: بستانکار بودن در حساب ، ورزش: بازیگر دوم شطرنج
کامپیوتر: مشکی ، سیاه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- dark, dusky, ebony, jet, raven, sable, swarthy
- hopeless, depressing, dismal, foreboding, gloomy, ominous, sad, sombre
- angry, furious, hostile, menacing, resentful, sullen, threatening
- wicked, bad, evil, iniquitous, nefarious, villainous
- boycott, ban, bar, blacklist
Antonyms: white
Related Idioms: black as a crow (or a shoe or the ace of spades), black as hell (or night)
Related Words: blackish, charcoal, slate, piceous, dusky, swart, swarthy, brunet

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Black, Cilla /ˈsɪlə/
(1943–) a British entertainer from Liverpool. She was a successful POP SINGER in the 1960s, and was the presenter of a popular television show called Blind Date from 1985 until 2003.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Black, Conrad
(1940–) a businessman originally from Canada. He was the head of a company which owns more than 500 newspapers in various countries, including the Daily Telegraph in Britain and the Chicago Sun-Times in the US. Lord Black resigned as head of his company in 2003 after it was claimed that he and others had received more than $32 million in secret payments. In 2007 a US court of law found him guilty of fraud and he was given a PRISON SENTENCE of 6.5 years. His official title is Lord Black of Crossharbour.

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III. Black, Jack
(1969–) a US comedy actor and musician whose films include High Fidelity and School of Rock. Black is known for singing or playing guitar in several of his films.

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IV. Black, Roger
(1966–) a British athlete who won many races, and who was second in the men's 400 metres running race in the 1996 Olympic Games. He now works as a television sports commentator (=someone who describes events as they are happening).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. black1 S1 W1 /blæk/ adjective (comparative blacker, superlative blackest)
[Language: Old English; Origin: blæc]

1. COLOUR having the darkest colour, like coal or night:
a black evening dress
jet/inky black (=very dark)
jet black hair

2. NO LIGHT very dark because there is no light:
It was still pitch black (=very dark) out.

3. PEOPLE (also Black)
a) belonging to the race of people who originally came from Africa and who have dark brown skin ⇒ white:
Over half the students are black.
b) [only before noun] relating to black people:
politics from a black perspective
Black and Asian music

4. DRINK [only before noun] black coffee or tea does not have milk in it Antonym : white:
Black coffee, no sugar, please.

5. DIRTY informal very dirty
be black with soot/dirt/age etc

6. WITHOUT HOPE sad and without hope for the future:
the blackest period of European history
a mood of black despair
It’s been another black day for the car industry, with more job losses announced.

7. HUMOUR making jokes about serious subjects, especially death:
a very black joke

8. ANGRY [only before noun] full of feelings of anger or hate ⇒ blackly:
Denise gave me a black look.

9. a black mark (against somebody) if there is a black mark against you, someone has a bad opinion of you because of something you have done

10. not be as black as you are painted not to be as bad as people say you are

11. BAD literary very bad:
black deeds
—blackness noun

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. black2 noun

1. [uncountable] the dark colour of coal or night:
You look good wearing black.coal-black

2. (also Black) [countable] someone who belongs to the race of people who originally came from Africa and who have dark brown skin ⇒ white:
laws that discriminated against blacks

3. be in the black to have money in your bank account Antonym : be in the red

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III. black3 verb [transitive]

1. British English if a trade union blacks goods or a company, it refuses to work with them:
The union has blacked all non-urgent work.

2. old-fashioned to make something black
black out phrasal verb

1. to become unconscious Synonym : faint, pass out:
For a few seconds, he thought he was going to black out.

2. black something ↔ out to put a dark mark over something so that it cannot be seen:
The censors had blacked out several words.

3. black something ↔ out to hide or turn off all the lights in a town or city, especially during war

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. very The sky looks very black.
all His hands were all black from messing about with the car.
ADJ. jet, pitch (used about the night) She had beautiful jet-black hair. It was pitch black outside.
 ⇒ Special page at COLOUR

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: black and white , in the black , look black , pot calls the kettle black

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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