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plain dealing

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Definition of plain dealing in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Honest and straightforward behaviour towards others: they are blunt in saying what they think and require plain dealing of others
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  • And we hope that the value of plain dealing and straight talk between individuals will outlast managed care.
  • We are a band of citizens, powerful and passionate, who want their government to focus on solving the country's big problems with common sense and plain dealing.
  • They must tear up the partnership agreement as soon as possible, form a minority administration and bring back some plain dealing into our political life.

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