Translation of candid in Spanish:

candid

Pronunciation: /ˈkændəd; ˈkændɪd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (frank) abierto, franco, sincero what's your candid opinion? dime francamente lo que opinas
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    • This is the most honest, candid, and intelligent discussion I've read of this topic.
    • Corporate tax people need to be candid and straightforward about all that information.
    • You would hope that all of those who are interviewed would be truthful and candid and forthcoming.
    1.2 [photograph/shot] natural
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    • 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.

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