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frank

adjective
 
 
/fræŋk/
speaking honestly and saying what you really think: a full and frank discussion To be frank, I don't really want to see him.Honesty, openness and sincerity
frankness noun [U]
Translations of “frank”
in Arabic صَريْح…
in Korean 솔직한…
in Malaysian terus-terang…
in French franc…
in Turkish samimi, içten, dürüst…
in Italian franco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 坦率的,坦誠的, 直言不諱的…
in Russian откровенный…
in Polish szczery…
in Vietnamese thành thật…
in Spanish franco…
in Portuguese franco, direto…
in Thai เปิดเผย…
in German offen…
in Catalan franc…
in Japanese 率直な…
in Indonesian terus-terang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坦率的,坦诚的, 直言不讳的…
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