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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (direct)
a. franco
I think the other editors have been trying to spare my feelings, but please be straightforward with me.Creo que los demás editores han estado tratando de no herir mis sentimientos, pero, por favor, sé franco conmigo.
b. sincero
If I wasn't interested in making friends, I might be more straightforward with other people.Si hacer amigos me interesara, tal vez podría ser más sincero con otras personas.
2. (uncomplicated)
a. sencillo
He was the most popular teacher because his lectures were straightforward and humorous.Era el profesor más popular porque sus clases eran sencillas y gracioso.
b. claro
Since the contract was so straightforward, we were able to review it with our lawyer in less than an hour.Como el contrato era muy claro, lo pudimos revisar con nuestro abogado en menos de una hora.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (honest)
a. franco(a)
2. (simple)
a. sencillo(a)
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straightforward [ˌstreɪtˈfɔːwəd]
1 (honest) honrado; (sincere) sincero
2 (simple) sencillo; [+answer] claro; franco
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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