black

black
[blæk] 1. adjective
1) (of the colour in which these words are printed: black paint.) černý
2) (without light: a black night; The night was black and starless.) temný
3) (dirty: Your hands are black!; black hands from lifting coal.) černý, špinavý
4) (without milk: black coffee.) černý
5) (evil: black magic.) černý
6) ((often offensive: currently acceptable in the United States, South Africa etc) Negro, of African, West Indian descent.) černý, černošský
7) ((especially South Africa) coloured; of mixed descent (increasingly used by people of mixed descent to refer to themselves).) míšenec
2. noun
1) (the colour in which these words are printed: Black and white are opposites.) čerň, černá barva
2) (something (eg paint) black in colour: I've used up all the black.) čerň, černá barva
3) ((often with capital: often offensive: currently acceptable in the United states, South Africa etc) a Negro; a person of African, West Indian etc descent.) černoch
3. verb
(to make black.) (na)černit
- blacken
- black art/magic
- blackbird
- blackboard
- black box
- the Black Death
- black eye
- blackhead
- blacklist
4. verb
(to put (a person etc) on such a list.) dát na černou listinu
5. noun
(the act of blackmailing: money got by blackmail.) vydírání
- Black Maria
- black market
- black marketeer
- blackout
- black sheep
- blacksmith
- black and blue
- black out
- in black and white
* * *
• tmavý
• začernit
• temný
• černošský
• čerň
• černoch
• černý
• černo

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