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bái zhǐ hēi zì
phr. black characters on white paper, figuratively referring to evidence that is put down in black and white
Discussion of 白纸黑字/白紙黑字
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How is 白纸黑字 (bái zhǐ hēi zì) used in everyday conversation?
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白纸黑字 (bái zhǐ hēi zì) is often used to refer to evidence that is put down in black and white, or to refer to something that is clearly stated and not open to interpretation. For example, someone might say "我们需要把这个协议写清楚，白纸黑字" (wǒmen xūyào bǎ zhège xiéyì xiě qīngchu, bái zhǐ hēi zì), meaning "We need to make this agreement clear, in black and white".
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