- 1.1 [prejudice/disrespect] descarado, ostensibleto be blatant
aboutsth they're so blatant about it lo hacen ( or dicen etc) con tanto descaro or tanta desfachatez he was quite blatant about looking for another job no ocultaba el hecho de que buscaba otro trabajoMore example sentences1.2 (obvious) [injustice/lie] flagrante; [incompetence] patente
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- One of the soldiers responsible for this act of blatant provocation explained the rationale.
- He told a blatant lie to all students last time round.
- To credit the newspaper, they did retract the quote once it was exposed as a blatant lie.
- What are hundreds of children going to ask or think when they see this blatant advertisement for sexual equipment?
- Many lecturers will drop hints, ranging from subtle to blatant, as to what will be in the exam.
- This is a good time to show off a bit of yourself - either as blatant or subtle as you wish.
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