Translation of outspoken in Spanish:

outspoken

directo, adj.

Pronunciation: /aʊtˈspəʊk(ə)n//ˌaʊtˈspoʊkən/

adjective

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    (person/criticism) directo
    (criticism/person) franco
    he's very outspoken no tiene pelos en la lengua
    • he's an outspoken critic of government policy critica abiertamente / sin rodeos la política del gobierno
    • she was outspoken in her condemnation fue categórica al expresar su condena
    • An outspoken fire union boss has got round a gagging order by turning to the power of the written word.
    • The agenda is full to bursting with some of the world's most outspoken activists.
    • His outspoken views and caustic attitude were guaranteed to make enemies.
    • She spent her entire life being outspoken, passionate, opinionated and difficult.
    • You don't have to be outspoken because you're getting the results you want anyway.
    • As someone who is forthright and outspoken he is a prominent figure to the people of the town.
    • Her outspoken nature made her a socially active person, taking part in several campaigns.
    • The press do not know what to make of these outspoken, confident fanatics.
    • The government, wary of being so outspoken, is nevertheless hurling brains and billions at the problem.
    • Occasionally he even forgets he is supposed to be promoting his next television drama and becomes outspoken.
    • Initially, BBC bosses had said the outspoken builder's return would be good television.
    • Much of what he wrote was so outspoken that it was bequeathed to museums under a 50-year embargo.
    • It frequently deals with issues of race, and is often outspoken and controversial.
    • He is still as outspoken as ever and although he defends public radio he is highly critical of television.
    • They still believe it, but they're not so outspoken and extreme in what they think.
    • Such commentators have rarely been so outspoken about men who take golfing holidays or work away from home.
    • He is a controversial and outspoken defender of the operatic form, and a passionate advocate of opera in English.
    • Like me, you've got a bit of a reputation for being outspoken on the subject of human rights, haven't you?
    • His outspoken nature landed him a seat on the board and in 1995 he was elected as president.
    • We need to be more vigilant and more outspoken about these matters.