- Dictionaryblack and white/ˈˌblak ən ˈ(h)wīt/
- 1. (of a photograph, movie, television program, or illustration) in black, white, shades of gray, and no other color: "old black-and-white movies"
- 2. (of a situation or debate) involving clearly defined opposing principles or issues: "there is nothing black and white about these matters"
- 1. a police car: informal US "a couple of black and whites zipped up and cops jumped out"
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