The British Idiom – Black-and-white
Definition of Black-and-white
When we believe that a fact or situation is black and white, we have a very clear-cut and certain opinion about it, even though other people might think it’s really more complicated.
Examples of Usage of Black-and-white
With the end of the Cold War, the question of nuclear weapons was no longer as black and white as it used to be. When you’re riding a motorbike, things are very black and white. There’s no room for error.
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