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(In) black and white


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The phrase ‘(In) black and white’ implies for something (like deal/agreement etc.) written on paper in ink. One can always back out of a verbal agreement, but in case of a written agreement, it is not possible.




Sample Usage

1. I have given my statement in black and white.

2. I have no faith upon you; I must have the statement of yours in black and white.

3. Don’t worry! Everything is in black and white so there is no chance of fraud or cheating.


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