usage note
This word may also be spelled "upfront.”
1. (colloquial) (paid in advance) 
a. inicial 
You can drive away in a brand new car with no up-front payment, provided you have good credit.Puedes salir manejando un auto nuevo sin pago inicial siempre que tengas buen crédito.
2. (colloquial) (candid) 
a. abierto 
Some people don't like Katie because she's so up-front, but I find her sincerity refreshing.A algunas personas no les cae bien Katie porque es muy abierta, pero yo encuentro su sinceridad agradable.
b. franco 
I'm disappointed to learn that Marco has not been up-front with me.Estoy decepcionado porque me enteré de que Marco no ha sido franco conmigo.
1. (colloquial) 
a. claro(a), franco(a) (frank) 
2. (to pay) 
a. por adelantado 
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