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  • 121frank — fræŋk n. mark or signature which allows a letter or package to be sent free of charge; right to affix such a mark; letter or package which has such a mark v. apply a mark or signature which allows a letter or package to be delivered without… …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 122Frank — noun a member of a Germanic people that conquered Gaul in the 6th century. Derivatives Frankish adjective &noun Origin OE Franca, of Gmc origin; perh. from the name of a weapon and related to OE franca javelin ; reinforced in ME by med. L.… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 123frank — adj 1. candid, forthright, direct, straightforward, straight from the shoulder, man to man, heart to heart; plain, plain spoken, plain speaking, downright, outright, explicit, unequivocal, Inf. flat footed; outspoken, free, free spoken, free… …

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  • 124Frank — /fræŋk/ (say frangk) noun 1. a member of a group of ancient Germanic peoples dwelling in the regions of the Rhine. 2. (in the eastern Mediterranean) any native or inhabitant of western Europe. {Middle English Franke, Old English Franca, from Old… …

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  • 125fránk — a m (ȃ) denarna enota Francije, Belgije, Švice in nekaterih drugih držav: plačal je deset frankov // bankovec ali kovanec v vrednosti te enote …

    Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • 126frank — adj ( t, a) uppriktig, frimodig, käck …

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  • 127Frank — Frạnk (männlicher Vorname) …

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  • 128frank —   Hunāhunā ole …

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  • 129frank — is. <fr.> Fransada pul vahidi …

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  • 130frank — To send matter through the public mails free of postage, by a personal or official privilege. See franking privilege adj In old English law, free. Occurring in several compounds …

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  • 131frank — To send matter through the public mails free of postage, by a personal or official privilege. See franking privilege adj In old English law, free. Occurring in several compounds …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 132frank — Free. The privilege of sending mail matter without postage. The mark or indorsement used in exercising such privilege. See franking privilege …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 133frank — n. 1 a member of the Germanic nation or coalition that conquered Gaul in the 6th c. 2 (in the Levant) a person of Western nationality. Derivatives: Frankish adj. Etymology: OE Franca, OHG Franko, perh. f. the name of a weapon: cf. OE franca… …

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  • 134Frank — n. 1 a member of the Germanic nation or coalition that conquered Gaul in the 6th c. 2 (in the Levant) a person of Western nationality. Derivatives: Frankish adj. Etymology: OE Franca, OHG Franko, perh. f. the name of a weapon: cf. OE franca… …

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  • 135Frank. — Frankish …

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  • 136frank·ly — /ˈfræŋkli/ adv : in an honest and direct way You can speak frankly to us. often used to introduce a statement that tells your true opinion, reason, etc. Frankly, I think your essay needs more work. [=I am being honest when I tell you that your… …

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  • 137Frank (Familienname) — Frank ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bekannte Namensträger Inhaltsverzeichnis A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z …

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  • 138Frank (comics) — Frank Frank, from the cover of Frank in the River (Fantagraphics, 1992) Publication information Publisher Fantagraphics Books Tundra Publishing …

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  • 139Frank Sinatra discography — Frank Sinatra discography Releases ↙Studio albums 59 ↙Live albums 2 …

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  • 140Frank-Zappa — Frank Vincent Zappa (* 21. Dezember 1940 in Baltimore, Maryland; † 4. Dezember 1993 in Laurel Canyon, Kalifornien) war ein amerikanischer Komponist und Musiker, der zu Lebzeiten mehr als 60 Musikalben veröffentlichte. Zappa hat das Genre der… …

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