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warts and all

informal
describing or including all the bad qualities in a person's character, with no attempt to hide them: He tried to paint the president as he really was, warts and all.
Translations of “warts and all”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不隱瞞缺點的, 不遮醜的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不隐瞒缺点的, 不遮丑的…
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