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  • 61Frank — Frank1 [fraŋk] n. a masculine name: dim. Frankie: see FRANCIS1 Frank2 [fraŋk] n. [ME < OE Franca & < OFr Franc < LL Francus: see FRANK1] a member of the group of related Germanic peoples that established the Frankish Empire, which, at… …

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  • 62frank|er — «FRANG kuhr», noun. a person or machine that franks letters, messages, or packages …

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  • 63Frank — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Pour l’article homophone, voir Franck. Frank est le nom en langue germanique du peuple des Francs. Ainsi, en allemand, Frankreich (littéralement… …

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  • 64frank — frank1 frankable, adj. franker, n. /frangk/, adj., franker, frankest, n., v. adj. 1. direct and unreserved in speech; straightforward; sincere: Her criticism of my work was frank but absolutely fair. 2. without inhibition or subterfuge; direct;… …

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  • 65Frank — /frangk/, n. 1. a member of a group of ancient Germanic peoples dwelling in the regions of the Rhine, one division of whom, the Salians, conquered Gaul about A.D. 500, founded an extensive kingdom, and gave origin to the name France. 2. (in the… …

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  • 66frank´ly — frank1 «frangk», adjective, verb, noun. –adj. 1. free in expressing one s real thoughts, opinions, and feelings; not hiding what is in one s mind; not afraid to say what one thinks; open: »She was frank in telling me she did not like my new hat.… …

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  • 67Frank TV — Infobox Television show name = Frank TV caption = The Frank TV logo. show name 2 = genre = Sketch comedy show creator = Frank Caliendo director = Jay Karas creative director = developer = presenter = starring = Frank Caliendo theme music composer …

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  • 68frank — frạnk 〈Adj.〉 frei, offen, aufrichtig ● frank und frei etwas aussprechen, erklären [<frz. franc „fränkisch; frei“ <lat. francus „fränkisch“] * * * frạnk <Adj.> [frz. franc < mlat. Francus = Franke; fränkisch; frei (die Franken… …

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  • 69frank — I [[t]fræŋk[/t]] adj., frank•er, frank•est adj. 1) direct and unreserved in speech: frank criticism[/ex] 2) lacking inhibition or subterfuge: frank curiosity[/ex] 3) pat unmistakable; clinically evident: frank blood[/ex] 4) phi a stamp, printed… …

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  • 70Frank Oz — Infobox actor name = Frank Oz imagesize = caption = birthdate = birth date and age|1944|5|25 location = Hereford, England, United Kingdom birthname = Richard Frank Oznowicz spouse = Robin Garsen (1979 ) emmyawards = Outstanding Individual… …

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  • 71frank — frank1 [ fræŋk ] adjective * honest about the situation or your opinions, even if this offends people: brutally frank: He was brutally frank in his assessment of our chances. a. used about what someone says: a frank exchange of views to be… …

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  • 72frank — I UK [fræŋk] / US adjective Word forms frank : adjective frank comparative franker superlative frankest * honest about the situation or your opinions, even if this offends people frank with: The company has not been entirely frank with its… …

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  • 73frank — adj. VERBS ▪ be ADVERB ▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc. ▪ remarkably ▪ abso …

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  • 74frank — frank1 [fræŋk] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : French; Origin: free, generous , from Late Latin Francus Frank (because the Franks, an ancient German people, were given political freedom in France)] 1.) honest and truthful be frank with sb ▪ He was… …

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  • 75FRANK A — GERMANY (see also List of Individuals) 3.2.1852 Bayreuth/D 15.10.1928 Augsburg/D Albert Frank graduated as a civil engineer from Munich Royal Technical University. He was from 1881 to 1909 there a Private Lecturer, until 1893 in hydraulic… …

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  • 76Frank Oz — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Oz. Richard Frank Oznowicz (né le 25 mai 1944 à Hereford), connu sous le nom de Frank Oz, est un réalisateur, un acteur et un marionnettiste américain d origine britannique. Sommaire …

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  • 77Frank Pé — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Frank. Frank Pé dit Frank est un dessinateur de bande dessinée belge, né à Ixelles en Belgique le 15 juillet 1956. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 …

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  • 78frank — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, free, from Anglo French franc, from Medieval Latin francus, from Late Latin Francus Frank Date: 1535 1. marked by free, forthright, and sincere expression < a frank reply > 2. a. unmistakably evident <&#8230; …

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  • 79frank — {{11}}frank (adj.) c.1300, free, liberal, generous, from O.Fr. franc free (not servile), sincere, genuine, open, gracious; worthy (12c.), from M.L. Franc a freeman, a Frank (see FRANK (Cf. Frank)). The connection is that only Franks, as the&#8230; …

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  • 80frank — 01. Robbie is a very [frank] member of our committee and, as such, is not afraid to state his opinion. 02. I had a [frank] discussion with my ex husband about his need to contribute more financially to his son s upbringing. 03. Let s be [frank];&#8230; …

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