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blatant

adjective   /ˈbleɪ.tənt/
very obvious and intentional, when this is a bad thing descarado a blatant lie The whole episode was a blatant attempt to gain publicity.1907
blatantly adverb   /-li/
descaradamente It was blatantly obvious that she was telling a lie.1907
(Definition of blatant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

blatant

adjective /ˈbleitənt/
very obvious; shameless descarado a blatant lie He showed a blatant disrespect for authority.
blatantly adverb
descaradamente She blatantly ignored the rules.
(Definition of blatant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “blatant”
in Vietnamese rành rành…
in Malaysian terang-terangan…
in Thai ชัดแจ้ง…
in French flagrant…
in German schreiend…
in Chinese (Simplified) 明目张胆的,公然的…
in Turkish kaba, arsız, utanmaz…
in Russian вопиющий…
in Indonesian tak tahu malu, terang- terangan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 明目張膽的,公然的…
in Polish ewidentny…
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