There are 4 translations of frank in Spanish:

frank1

Pronunciation: /fræŋk/

adj (-er, -est)

  • 1.1 (honest, candid) [opinion/reply] sincero, franco he was very frank with me fue muy sincero or franco conmigo to be perfectly frank, I don't like it sinceramente or francamente or para serte franco, no me gusta 1.2 (direct, outspoken) [discussion/approach] franco
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    • Without these, it was difficult to engage in open and frank discussions of professional matters.
    • We had very frank discussions on the matters at hand and there are differences of opinion.
    • In general, focus group discussions consisted of honest, open and frank opinions of what the students thought about the class.
    1.3 (undisguised) [desire/dislike] manifiesto
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    • He had been smiling when he walked in, only now his eyes wandered down my frame with frank admiration that my cheeks burned.
    • The young pro-reform forces admire his righteous, sincere and frank personality which makes him fearless in the face of authority and willing to speak for disadvantaged groups.
    • I want to be as frank and sincere as possible in trying to address what I believe are some of the fundamental problems and what I think some of the possible solutions to them could be.

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There are 4 translations of frank in Spanish:

frank2

vt

  • 1.1 [letter/parcel/envelope] franquear
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    • There were some obvious mistakes in amongst all the realism too - modern buttons on a printed fabric shirt, fibreglass insulation in the ceiling and modern stamps and franking on some letters.
    • Volunteers stuck labels, folded letters, franked envelopes and filed mail bags to send more than 10,000 copies of the new brochure out to the public.
    • The advertising service covers stamped, personal mail, but not business mail which is usually franked, rather than stamped.
    1.2 (postmark) [stamp/letter] matasellar, timbrar

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There are 4 translations of frank in Spanish:

frank3

n

  • 1 (AmE) [colloquial/familiar] frankfurter
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    • Burgers, franks and sausages are made from soy, egg or wheat protein, and may contain other beans & grains.
    • Even with pretty strict standards, about half the burgers, nuggets, franks, and sausages qualified for a thumbs up.
    • On Sunday, they planned to grill up some kebabs and franks out on the patio for lunch.
  • 2 (esp BrE) [Post] franqueo (m)
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    • Several candidates explained in great detail the advantages incumbents have in fundraising, media access and, in the case of federal officials, the frank.
    • Members of both Houses of Parliament had the privilege of free postage (save for the penny post) and gave large numbers of franks to friends, constituents, or even business colleagues: the privilege was not abolished until 1840.
    • He felt a jab of dread as he saw the frank and the crest on the cover.

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There are 4 translations of frank in Spanish:

Frank

Pronunciation: /fræŋk/

n

  • franco, -ca (m,f) the Franks los francos
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    • As Roman Christians, the Franks eventually helped conquer and convert the Goths and other barbarians in western Europe.
    • Between the fourth and eighth centuries A.D., most of both portions were conquered by the Franks.
    • The Franks and other Germanic tribes were never absorbed into the Roman world, rather, they added a Germanic impression to that world.

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