Translation of outspoken in Spanish:

outspoken

Pronunciation: /aʊtˈspəʊkən/

adj

  • [criticism/person] directo, franco he's very outspoken es muy directo or franco, no tiene pelos en la lengua [colloquial/familiar] he's an outspoken critic of government policy critica abiertamente or sin rodeos la política del gobierno she was outspoken in her condemnation fue categórica al expresar su condena
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    • He is a controversial and outspoken defender of the operatic form, and a passionate advocate of opera in English.
    • It frequently deals with issues of race, and is often outspoken and controversial.
    • She spent her entire life being outspoken, passionate, opinionated and difficult.

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