Translation of forthright in Spanish:

forthright

directo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔrθˌraɪt//ˈfɔːθrʌɪt//fɔːθˈrʌɪt/

adjective

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    directo
    franco
    • And probably those reps thought they were acting in an honest and forthright manner.
    • His comments on his own work are refreshingly forthright and thoughtful in pointing out major needs for improvement.
    • The Workplace Relations Minister has been the most forthright player in this episode.
    • Because he is forthright and opinionated, and a graduate of the Dutch national coaching system, he is expected to become a manager himself.
    • Simply, interconnected stories told in an honest and forthright manner touch readers in ways that continue to reverberate long after the book is put down.
    • Even though the opinions in his book are forthright, they are not finished.
    • People respected her honesty and forthright manner, qualities which endeared her to all.
    • And he has some forthright views for the amateur boxing hierarchy in this country.
    • The sensitively tendered details and humane presentation, not of a detached and reserved emperor, but of a sincere and forthright man all alone before the world, draws an empathetic response from the viewer.
    • The most honest, honorable, forthright people in my life are also polite, compassionate, and quite capable of making constructive criticism.
    • Despite his forthright views, however, he remains unfailingly courteous to the end.
    • But then we became bolder, and soon some were attacking the paper in the same forthright manner of the teacher herself.
    • By not being forthright, the premier is liable to develop an ulcer.
    • Instead, our government must learn to be more forthright with the United States.
    • You're right, it would be nice if she'd be forthright.
    • He has publicly apologised time and again in the most forthright terms.
    • Key has a refreshingly forthright approach to his cricket.
    • As our readers will see, they expressed their opinions in a forthright manner, using a colorful prose not typically found in scientific papers.
    • Another former Foster employee, who declined to be named, was more forthright.