black-and-white

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English[edit]

a black-and-white photo.

Adjective[edit]

black-and-white (no comparative or superlative; used only before the noun)

  1. Of art, a photograph or photography, using shades of grey/gray rather than colour/color.
  2. Of a television or monitor, displaying images in shades of grey/gray rather than colour/color.

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Antonyms[edit]

  • (art/photograph/photography): colour/color
  • (television/monitor): colour/color

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