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Translation of "candid" - English-Spanish dictionary

candid

adjective   /ˈkæn·dɪd/
honest, especially about something that is unpleasant or embarrassing sincero, abierto She was very candid about her personal life in the interview.
candidly adverb   /ˈkæn·dɪd·li/
sinceramente, con naturalidad
(Definition of candid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

candid

adjective /ˈkӕndid/
saying just what one thinks, without hiding anything franco, sincero, cándido Do you like my hairstyle? Be candid I’d welcome your candid opinion.
candidly adverb
sinceramente He spoke candidly about the breakdown of his marriage.
candour /-də/ /ˈkændə/ noun ( candor)
franqueza, sinceridad, candor She talked with remarkable candour/candor about her disease.
candidness noun
franqueza, sinceridad I admired his candidness and honesty.
candid camera noun
the use of a hidden video camera to show people while they are being tricked as a joke. cámara oculta
(Definition of candid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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