- adj. 黑的；不加牛奶的；很脏的；愤怒的；令人沮丧的；邪恶的；阴沉的；机密的；黑色幽默的
- n. 黑色；黑人；黑色物
- v. 抵制；(使)变黑
- 黑色染料， 黑漆，黑色颜料，黑色墨水
- 黑的,黑色的 of the very darkest colour, like coal or soot; opposite of white; of a colour very similar to this
- 黑人的,黑肤色人种的 of a dark-skinned race
- 很脏的,有污垢的 very dirty; covered with dirt
- 感伤的,忧郁的 without hope; very sad or melancholy
- 恼怒的,怨恨的 very angry or resentful
- [U]黑色 black colour
- [U]黑衣服 black clothes
- [C]黑人 person of a dark-skinned race; Negro
- vt. 弄黑,涂黑 make sth black; put polish on (shoes, etc.)
- vt. 抵制 refuse to handle (goods, etc.); boycott
the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)
total absence of light;
"they fumbled around in total darkness"
"in the black of night"
British chemist who identified carbon dioxide and who formulated the concepts of specific heat and latent heat (1728-1799)
popular child actress of the 1930's (born in 1928)
a person with dark skin who comes from Africa (or whose ancestors came from Africa)
(board games) the darker pieces
black clothing (worn as a sign of mourning);
"the widow wore black"
being of the achromatic color of maximum darkness; having little or no hue owing to absorption of almost all incident light;
"black leather jackets"
"as black as coal"
"rich black soil"
of or belonging to a racial group having dark skin especially of sub-Saharan African origin;
"a great people--a black people--...injected new meaning and dignity into the veins of civilization"
marked by anger or resentment or hostility;
offering little or no hope;
"the future looked black"
"prospects were bleak"
"Life in the Aran Islands has always been bleak and difficult"
"took a dim view of things"
stemming from evil characteristics or forces; wicked or dishonorable;
"a black lie"
"his black heart has concocted yet another black deed"
"Darth Vader of the dark side"
"a dark purpose"
"dark undercurrents of ethnic hostility"
"the scheme of some sinister intelligence bent on punishing him"
(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin;
"the stock market crashed on Black Friday"
"a calamitous defeat"
"the battle was a disastrous end to a disastrous campaign"
"such doctrines, if true, would be absolutely fatal to my theory"
"it is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it"
"a fateful error"
(of the face) made black especially as with suffused blood;
"a face black with fury"
"a black moonless night"
"through the pitch-black woods"
"it was pitch-dark in the cellar"
harshly ironic or sinister;
"a grim joke"
"fun ranging from slapstick clowning ... to savage mordant wit"
(of intelligence operations) deliberately misleading;
distributed or sold illicitly;
"the black economy pays no taxes"
(used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame;
"Man...has written one of his blackest records as a destroyer on the oceanic islands"
"an ignominious retreat"
"an opprobrious monument to human greed"
"a shameful display of cowardice"
(of coffee) without cream or sugar
soiled with dirt or soot;
"with feet black from playing outdoors"
"his shirt was black within an hour"
make or become black;
"The smoke blackened the ceiling"
"The ceiling blackened"
- Do you have a black jacket?
- How do you like coffee, black or white ?
- His hands were black from working on the car all afternoon.
- His father looked as black as thunder.
- The future looks pretty black.
- The black earthly spirit of the priests wounded my life.
- The sky looks black and threatening.
- The Pentagon's black budget are very highly classified.
- The black shows up against the white.
- He was the first black to be elected as Mayor.
- After her husband died, she dressed in deep black for the rest of her life.
- The unions have blacked all inports from country.
- He blacked his shoes before visiting his father-in-law.
- During the war we had to black out all our windows.
- She has long black hair.
- He has a black horse.
- Most Africans have black skin.
- It was a cold, black night.
- The black car belongs to the factory.
- The chimney blew out a cloud of black smoke.
- He is a black scientist.
- Many black people emigrated to Britain in the 1950's.
- Enraged, he swung at his companion and gave him a black eye.
- Jim got a black eye in his fight with Joe.
- The black memory of his mother's death rushed over him again.
- Black passions boiled up inside him.
- It began to freeze hard in the black cold of December.
- He is a bass with a black voice.
- Everybody could see black resentment filled his heart.
- He received a black refusal.
- My bicycle is black.
- It is black outside the house at night.
- Your hands are black; go and wash them.
- The bread was burnt black and hard.
- He was burned quite black by the sun.
- Don't be so black at your neighbors.
- Things looked very black for him.
- This area is an expanse of stones burnt black from millions of years of exposure to the scorching sun.
- She was black in the face.
- Don't be black on me!
- The sky grew black with clouds.
- The old man was black with rage.
- Don't bake the cakes black.
- Black is not my favourite colour.
- The box is lacquered in black.
- The man in black was her husband.
- The mourners were dressed in black.
- Discrimination against Blacks is still common.
- He was the first Black to be elected to the Congress.
- He blacked his shoes once a week.
- He blacked and polished his shoes.
- He blacked my eye in the fight.
- black and blue
青一块紫一块 covered with bruises
- go black
变成一片昏黑 become black
- look black
暗淡 not very bright
- paint sb black
说某人的坏话 say sth bad about sb
- in black and white
黑白分明 (in) absolute terms, of good and bad, right and wrong
- in the black
有盈余 have the surplus
- black out (v.+adv.)
涂去 cover sth so that it cannot be read
The plane dived suddenly, causing the pilot to black out.
After the accident he blacked out and couldn't remember what happened.
I'm sorry,I just blacked out for a few minutes.
对不起,我刚才晕过去了几分钟。black sth ⇔ out
The stage was blacked out to hide a change of scenery.
During the war, we had to make sure windows were carefully blacked out at night.
The city was blacked out during the air raid.
空袭时全城实行灯火管制。black sth ⇔ out
You had better black out that word.
- black ball 黑票
- black belt 黑带
- black bike 黑色的自行车
- ～ black
- black car 黑色的汽车
- black coffee 纯咖啡
- black day 凶日
- black eye 青眼眶
- black flag 海盗旗；霍乱旗
- black Friday 黑色星期五
- black frost 黑霜，暗霜；严重的冰冻
- black hair 黑头发
- black hole 黑洞；黑牢，牢房
- black horse 黑马
- black humor 黑色幽默
- black ice 黑薄冰
- black ink 〈美〉赢利，利润
- black knight 黑骑士
- black list 黑名单
- black mark 污点,损坏名誉的东西
- black market 黑市
- black marketeer 黑市商人
- black Monday 开学第一天
- black money 非法收入
- black mood 忧郁的心情
- black night 黑夜
- black scientist 黑人科学家
- black shadow 黑影
- black sheep 害群之马，败家子
- black skin 黑皮肤
- black smoke 黑烟
- black spot 〈英〉交通事故多发路段；危险地区或地点
- black tea 红茶
- black velvet “黑丝绒”饮料
- black voice 低沉的声音
- black water 〈美〉废水，污水
We must take black and white into our list, as colours with the painter though not with the optician.出自： W. M. Craig
The cold black of 6 A.M.出自： J. Cheever
Thou canst not make one haire white or blacke.出自：Bible (AV): Matthew
The priest himself..Pours the black wine.出自： Pope
Her eyes..were the blackest I had ever seen.出自： J. Rhys
- black用作动词时的意思是“弄黑,涂黑”,指将某物涂抹成黑色; 还可指“抵制”,即反对某人或某物。
- black, Negro, nigger
- black, blacken
- black通常指“有意地使…变黑”; blacken指“无意地使…变黑”,引申可指“毁坏(名誉)”。例如:
- He blacked the outside walls of his house.他把他房子的外墙涂成了黑色。
- The heavy smoke blackened her eyes.浓烟熏黑了她的眼睛。
- Nothing but his own doings blackened his reputation.是他自己的行为毁了他的名誉。
误 I became black after taking a two-hour bathe.
正 I became very dark〔suntanned〕 after taking a two-hour bathe.
析 表示“晒黑”时,不说become black,应说become dark或suntanned。
误 He was dressed in the black.
正 He was dressed in black.
析 表示“穿着某种颜色的衣服”时,可用“in+表示颜色的词”,此时在表示颜色的词前不加冠词。“in the black”的意思是“有盈余”。例如:The new production method put the factory in the black.新生产方法使工厂有了盈余。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的blac，意为黑的。