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man-to-man

adjective [before noun], adverb uk   /ˌmæn.təˈmæn/ us  
used to describe an honest and direct conversation between two men: a man-to-man discussion We talked man-to-man.
Translations of “man-to-man”
in Chinese (Traditional) 坦率的(地),開誠布公的(地)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坦率的(地),开诚布公的(地)…
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