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  • 81frank — [[t]fræ̱ŋk[/t]] franker, frankest, franks, franking, franked 1) ADJ GRADED: oft ADJ about/with n If someone is frank, they state or express things in an open and honest way. It is clear that my client has been less than frank with me, said his… …

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  • 82Frank Wu — Infobox Person name = Frank Wu caption = At Hugo ceremony, WorldCon, Boston 2004 birth date = birth place = other names = known for = occupation = Science fiction artist nationality = Frank Wu is a science fiction and fantasy artist living in… …

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  • 83Frank — Term used when an actor or actress looks exactly like a better or more famous actor or actress. It comes from a lot of lesser known siblings being named Frank, most notably Frank Stallone and Frank Shamrock. NOTE : This does not apply to special… …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 84Frank — Term used when an actor or actress looks exactly like a better or more famous actor or actress. It comes from a lot of lesser known siblings being named Frank, most notably Frank Stallone and Frank Shamrock. NOTE : This does not apply to special… …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 85frank — adj. 1) brutally, perfectly frank 2) frank about; with (she was frank with us about everything) * * * [fræŋk] perfectlyfrank with (she was frank with us about everything) brutally frank about …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 86frank — 1 adjective 1 honest and truthful in what you say: a frank exchange of ideas | be frank with sb: He was completely frank with her about what happened. 2 to be frank used when you are saying something true that other people may not like: To be… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 87frank — 1. adjective /fɹæŋk/ Honest, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt. May I be frank with you? 2. noun /fɹæŋk/ a) Free postage, a right exercised by governments (usually with definite article). Buy a package of franks for the barbecue …

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  • 88frank —    1. obsolete copulating promiscuously    Dr Johnson gives licentious , from the early meaning, liberal or generous:     Chaste to her Husband, frank to all beside A teaming mistress but a barren bride. (Pope, 1735)    2. unfriendly and without… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 89Frank — Otto, German physiologist, 1865–1944. See F. Starling curve. * * * frank fraŋk adj clinically evident <frank pus> <frank gout> …

    Medical dictionary

  • 90frank — Unmistakable; manifest; clinically evident. * * * frank fraŋk adj clinically evident <frank pus> <frank gout> …

    Medical dictionary

  • 91frank — /fræŋk / (say frangk) adjective 1. open or unreserved in speech; candid or outspoken; sincere. 2. undisguised; avowed; downright: frank mutiny. –noun 3. a signature or mark affixed by special privilege to a letter, parcel, or the like, to ensure… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 92Frank Oz — Richard Frank Oznowicz (nacido en mayo 25 de 1944), mejor conocido como Frank Oz, es un titiritero, actor y director de cine. Nació en Hereford, Reino Unido de padres franceses. Su padre era judío y su madre católica. Oz se trasladó a California …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 93Frank — This interesting surname is of Norman origin, introduced into England after the Conquest of 1066. Recorded in the spellings of Frank and Franks and the unusual West Country dialectals Frunks and Fronks, it is a patronymic of the Norman given name …

    Surnames reference

  • 94frank — frạnk Adj; nur in frank und frei offen und ehrlich: frank und frei reden, seine Meinung sagen …

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  • 95frank — [13] To call someone frank is to link them with the Germanic people who conquered Gaul around 500 AD, the Franks, who gave their name to modern France and the French. After the conquest, full political freedom was granted only to ethnic Franks or …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 96Frank — n British a TV remote control. The reference is to the late musician Frank Zappa and zap per. ► Pass the Frank, will you …

    Contemporary slang

  • 97frank — frank1 adjective 1》 candid and honest.     ↘sincere or undisguised: frank admiration. 2》 Medicine unmistakable. Derivatives frankness noun Origin ME (in the sense free , also generous ): from OFr. franc, from med. L. francus free , from Francus… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 98frank — adjective 1) he was quite frank with me Syn: candid, direct, forthright, plain, plain spoken, straight, straightforward, explicit, to the point, matter of fact; open, honest, truthful, sincere; outspoken, bluff, blunt …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 99frank — adjective 1) he was quite frank with me Syn: candid, direct, forthright, plain, straight, to the point, matter of fact, open, honest; informal upfront 2) she looked at Sam with frank admiration Syn: open …

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  • 100frank — [fræŋk] adj honest about a situation or your opinions, even if this offends people He was completely frank about the problems we face.[/ex] • to be frank spoken used when you are going to say something that other people might not like to… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English