black-on-black

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Adjective[edit]

black-on-black (comparative more black-on-black, superlative most black-on-black)

  1. (idiomatic) Something that is invisible or intentionally obfuscated, such as warnings or fine print.
  2. A description of the colors of an automobile (e.g., all black rims, paint, and interior).
  3. A reference to interactions between black people (e.g., "black-on-black crime").