The British Idiom – In the black
Definition of In the black
When you are in the black you have money in the bank or in your pocket, and you don’t own people money.
Examples of Usage of In the black
The best thing about winning that small amount on the lottery was that I was, for the first time in my life, in the black. The best thing you can do is to pay off your debts and get yourself back into the black.
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