tan (a person who usually has light skin, but has darkened it in the sun or with tanning lotion, etc.) dark-skinned (a person of unknown nationality or ethnicity) black (a person of African origin, even if they have light skin) [the person's nationality or ethnicity] (if it's known)
In US English, we generally classify people by their origin rather than their skin color.
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