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Translation of "blunt" - English-Spanish dictionary

blunt

adjective   /blʌnt/
not sharp desafilado a blunt knife
saying exactly what you think without caring if you upset people directo, brusco
bluntness noun [no plural] /blʌnt·nəs/
lo desafilado
(Definition of blunt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

blunt

adjective /blant/
(of objects) having no point or sharp edge desafilado, despuntado a blunt knife.
(of people) (sometimes unpleasantly) straightforward or frank in speech abrupto, brusco, directo She was very blunt, and said that she did not like him.
bluntly adverb
abruptamente, bruscamente He apologized for speaking to her rather bluntly earlier.
bluntness noun
brusquedad, rudeza I was taken aback by the bluntness of her remarks.
(Definition of blunt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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