Idiom: Black hole
Meaning: If there is a black hole in financial accounts, money has disappeared.Country: International English | Subject Area: Colours | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Square peg in a round hole
- In the black
- Black sheep
- Black and white
- Watering hole
- Black as Newgate's knocker
- Pot calling the kettle black
- Money burns a hole in your pocket
- Ace in the hole
- In the hole
- Beyond the black stump
- Black will take no other hue
- Black and blue
- Fire in the hole!
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