HyperDic: franco

Español > 11 sentidos de la palabra franco / Franco:
ADJETIVOallfranco, directo, firme, sincerocharacterized by directness in manner or speech
pertfranco, de los francosof or relating to the Franks
allfranco, abierto, cándidoopenly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness
allfranco, claro, directowithout evasion or compromise
allfranco, auténtico, verdaderonot pretended
allfranco, honesto, honradowithout concealment or deception
allfranco, abierto, directogiven to expressing yourself freely or insistently
NOMBREperson Franco, Francisco Franco, General FrancoSpanish general whose armies took control of Spain in 1939 and who ruled as a dictator until his death (1892-1975)
quantityfranco, franco marroquíthe basic monetary unit in many countries
quantityfranco, franco francésformerly the basic unit of money in France
quantityfranco, franco suizothe basic unit of money in Switzerland
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SentidoCharacterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion.
Sinónimosdirecto, firme, sincero
GeneraldirectoStraightforward in means or manner or behavior or language or action
Inglésblunt, candid, forthright, frank, free-spoken, outspoken, plainspoken, point-blank, straight-from-the-shoulder
Catalándirecte, franc, sincer
NombresbrusquedadThe quality of being direct and outspoken
candor, franquezaThe quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech
franquezaThe trait of being blunt and outspoken
AdverbiosbruscamenteIn a blunt direct manner
francamente(used as intensives reflecting the speaker's attitude) it is sincerely the case that
Español > franco: 11 sentidos > adjetivo 2, pert
SentidoOf or relating to the Franks.
Sinónimode los francos
InglésFrankish
Catalánfranc
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Sentidoopenly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness.
Sinónimosabierto, cándido
Generalingenuo, inocenteCharacterized by an inability to mask your feelings
Ingléscandid, open, heart-to-heart
Nombrescandor, franquezaThe quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech
charla íntimaAn intimate talk in private
franquezaCharacterized by an attitude of ready accessibility (especially about one's actions or purposes)
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SentidoWithout evasion or compromise.
Sinónimosclaro, directo
GeneraldirectoStraightforward in means or manner or behavior or language or action
Ingléssquare, straightforward, straight
Nombresbuena feHaving honest intentions
franqueza, sinceridadWithout hypocrisy
honradezThe quality of being direct and straightforward
Adverbioscuadradamente, directamente, francamente, rectamente, sencillamente, sinceramenteWith firmness and conviction
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Sentidonot pretended; sincerely felt or expressed.
Sinónimosauténtico, verdadero
Generalsinceroopen and genuine
Inglésgenuine, true, unfeigned
Nombresautenticidad, casticidad, legitimidadundisputed credibility
Adverbiosauténticamente, ciertamente, genuinamente, legítimamente, sinceramente, sin pretensiones, verdaderamenteWith sincerity
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SentidoWithout concealment or deception; honest.
Sinónimoshonesto, honrado
GeneralsinceroCharacterized by honesty and fairness
Inglésaboveboard, straightforward
NombreshonradezThe quality of being direct and straightforward
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Sentidogiven to expressing yourself freely or insistently.
Sinónimosabierto, directo
Generalcomunicativoable or tending to communicate
Inglésoutspoken, vocal
Catalándirecte, franc
NombresfranquezaThe trait of being blunt and outspoken
AdverbiosvocalmenteIn a vocal manner
Español > Franco: 11 sentidos > nombre 1, person
SentidoSpanish general whose armies took control of Spain in 1939 and who ruled as a dictator until his death (1892-1975).
SinónimosFrancisco Franco, General Franco
Caso deautócrata, déspota, dictador, líder, potentado, tirana, tiranoA ruler who is unconstrained by law
generalA general officer of the highest rank
InglésFranco, Francisco Franco, El Caudillo, General Franco
CatalánFrancisco Franco Bahamonde, Francisco Franco, Franco, General Franco
Español > franco: 11 sentidos > nombre 1, quantity
SentidoThe basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 centimes / centimes.
Sinónimofranco marroquí
PartescéntimoA fractional monetary unit of several countries
Específicofranco, franco suizoThe basic unit of money in Switzerland
franco CFA, franco malíThe basic unit of money in Mali
franco CFA, franco senegalésThe basic unit of money in Senegal
franco CFAThe basic unit of money in Burkina Faso
franco CFAThe basic unit of money in the Ivory Coast
franco CFA, franco togolésThe basic unit of money in Togo
franco CFA, franco chadianoThe basic unit of money in Chad
franco CFA, franco de GabónThe basic unit of money in Gabon
franco CFA, franco nigerianoThe basic unit of money in Niger
franco CFA, franco del CamerúnThe basic unit of money in Cameroon
franco CFA, franco congolésThe basic unit of money in the Congo
franco CFAThe basic unit of money in the Central African Republic
franco CFA, franco de BenínThe basic unit of money in Benin
franco belgaformerly the basic unit of money in Belgium
franco de BurundiThe basic unit of money in Burundi
franco de DjiboutiThe basic unit of money in Djibouti
franco francés, francoformerly the basic unit of money in France
franco luxemburguésformerly the basic unit of money in Luxembourg
franco malgacheThe basic unit of money in Madagascar / Madagascar
franco ruandésThe basic unit of money in Rwanda
Generalunidad monetariaA unit of money
Inglésfranc
Catalánfranc marroquí, franc, Franc
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Sentidoformerly the basic unit of money in France.
Sinónimofranco francés
Generalfranco marroquí, francoThe basic monetary unit in many countries
InglésFrench franc
Catalánfranc francès, Franc francès
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SentidoThe basic unit of money in Switzerland.
Sinónimofranco suizo
PartescéntimoA fractional monetary unit of several countries
Generalfranco marroquí, francoThe basic monetary unit in many countries
InglésSwiss franc
Catalánfranc suís, Franc suís

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