Translation of candid in Spanish:

candid

abierto, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈkandɪd//ˈkændəd/

adjective

  • 1

    (frank)
    abierto
    franco
    sincero
    what's your candid opinion? dime francamente lo que opinas
    • It is not everyday that you find an autobiography so disarmingly direct and candid.
    • What shocked me is how candid he was in some of his answers and how straightforward he was.
    • Ford always seemed candid about his personal life; his closet was reserved for fine clothes, not guilty secrets.
    • Jennifer said her husband inspired many people by being candid about his own strife.
    • The series offers a candid, fascinating look at what factors shape a person's character.
    • It is also pretty candid and honest and written by someone who writes well, even if what he is saying is sometimes contentious.
    • Only in unique relationships can a CEO afford to open up, be candid, be vulnerable.
    • Corporate tax people need to be candid and straightforward about all that information.
    • This is the most honest, candid, and intelligent discussion I've read of this topic.
    • You would hope that all of those who are interviewed would be truthful and candid and forthcoming.
    • It is hard to get candid comments from people who must continue to work with the subject after the book is out.
    • His flaw was his indispensable virtue: he was direct and candid in telling the unvarnished truth.
    • It is helpful to identify a person or a group of people with whom we can have an open and candid relationship.
    • Such candid discussion, I was told, was unprecedented in a dual-gender public forum.
    • At the very least, we need to have a frank and candid debate about what we're getting for what we're giving up.
    • He failed in his duty to be candid with the British people.
    • It says something very simple and familiar to every reader, but it says it in a way which manages to be totally direct and candid.
    • We need everybody to be truthful and candid when they're interviewed by the police.
    • The director was remarkably candid about making the leap from Europe to Hollywood, and working with stars of the calibre of Owen.
    • It was refreshing to see a film which is completely open and candid about complex ideas about what a particular woman wants.
    • From all the wedding phots, this looks the most natural, very candid and spontaneous.
    • In our time of candid, instamatic and digital photography, this is a tome to treasure.
    • And although they don't go in for photocalls, we're allowed to snap candid shots during the video shoot.
    • I liked to take candid shots of people and places, and the park was one of my favorite places to go.
    • The light was fantastic; the shots, experimental candid shots of strangers were so-so.
    • Sofia dailies were rivalling each other in coming out with candid photos of the two.
    • What were they thinking when they allowed a relative in the press to take candid photos of her for distribution?
    • Peyton's work may be said to simulate a posed fashion shot, his a candid photo.
    • The popularity of candid shots also has inspired a new generation of wedding albums.
    • The idea is inspired by a character in the play who takes candid photographs from inside a box.
    • The viewer is left under no illusion: these are not candid shots of real people living real lives.
    • This album is intensely intimate, just like the candid photos of the band in the CD booklet.
    • He was one of the first photographers to take candid shots on the street, and his style has influenced generations.
    • Karen mouthed silently as she snapped a few candid photographs of the two women.
    • The main picture on the front page is a candid shot of the rock band.
    • No, what you want are candid shots of groups of people relating to each other.
    • Dijkstra deliberately walks a line between posed and candid shots.
  • 2

    (shot/photograph) natural