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3 definitions found
 for black-and-white
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  black-and-white \black-and-white\, black and white \black and
  white\n.
     print or writing, especially the result of the printing
     process.
  
     Syn: print.
          [WordNet 1.5] black-and-white

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  black-and-white \black-and-white\, black and white \black and
  white\adj. (Photography, Imaging; Printing)
     depicted only in black and white colors, or in shades of
     gray; also called monochromatic and monochrome; -- of
     images. Opposite of color or in color, and contrasting
     with polychrome technicolor three-color; as, a
     black-and-white TV; black-and-white film; the movie
     "Schindler's List" was shot in black and white.
  
     Syn: black and white, monochromatic, monochrome.
          [WordNet 1.5]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  black-and-white
      adj 1: lacking hue or shades of grey; part white and part black;
             "a black-and-white cow"; "black-and-white blooms";
             "black-and-white stripes"
      2: not having or not capable of producing colors; "black-and-
         white film"; "a black-and-white TV"; "the movie was in black
         and white" [syn: black-and-white, black and white(p)]
         [ant: color, colour]
      3: of a situation that is sharply divided into mutually
         exclusive categories; "he rejected a black-and-white world";
         "there are no black-and-white certainties"; "there were no
         grey areas, you were either for him or against him, he was
         all black-and-white"

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