COLOUR EXPRESSIONS-BLACK: meaning and examples
Today we finish our look at typical English expressions with colours in them. Today's colour is black.
Today's first expression is: to be in the black
Meaning: To have money, for example, in your bank account. The opposite of to be in the red (see last Monday's Daily Vitamin).
Despite the serious crisis, the company has managed to stay in the black all this year.
Today's second expression is: to black out
Meaning: to lose consciousness for a short time.
The police think that the man lost control of his car after he blacked out, but they can't be one-hundred percent sure.
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