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plain

adjective
 
/pleɪn/
B1 simple and not complicated
sem graça, claro
plain food Can you explain that in plain English?
B1 not mixed with other colours
cor única
a plain blue carpet
obvious and clear
simples, claro, evidente
It’s plain that she is not happy here.
be plain sailing UK to be very easy
ser muito fácil, ser moleza
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