Definición de candid en inglés:

candid

Saltos de línea: can¦did
Pronunciación: /ˈkandɪd
 
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adjetivo

  • 2(Of a photograph of a person) taken informally, especially without the subject’s knowledge: it is better to let the photographer mingle among the guests and take candid shots
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Peyton's work may be said to simulate a posed fashion shot, his a candid photo.
    • The idea is inspired by a character in the play who takes candid photographs from inside a box.
    • Karen mouthed silently as she snapped a few candid photographs of the two women.
    Sinónimos
    unposed, informal, uncontrived, unstudied, impromptu; spontaneous, extemporary, natural

Derivativos

candidly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They speak frankly and candidly about sex, drugs, politics, crime and punishment.
  • Never in the media monarchy was a president of the republic questioned so directly and candidly.
  • The nurses speak openly and candidly about their love of nursing, and the difficulties they face in their jobs.

candidness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Her photographs of Einstein were rejected by Life in the 1950s for precisely this quality of seeming candidness and familiarity.
  • People experiment with online personas and often demonstrate a freedom of expression and candidness they feel unable to reveal in daily life.
  • My candidness towards the subject has brought many reactions and those received via e-mail are great to share.

Origen

mid 17th century (in the Latin sense): from Latin candidus 'white'. Subsequent early senses were 'pure, innocent', 'unbiased', and 'free from malice', hence 'frank' (late 17th century). Compare with candour.

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