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put/lay your cards on the table

to tell someone honestly what you think or plan to do
раскрывать свои карты
Honesty, openness and sincerity
Translations of “put/lay your cards on the table”
in Turkish açık sözlü davranmak, açık olmak, dobra dobra konuşmak…
in Polish grać w otwarte karty…
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