English vocabulary and translations (See all)
frankly, to be frank: honestly, sincerely, in truth, openly, candidly, plainly
I must speak frankly. I hate your music.
UK: Frank presented his arguments frankly and objectively.
US: Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!
- "Quite frankly, I am disgusted by this borderline pornography."
- "For the first time in a long while, I feel uninspired and quite frankly, I'm tired."
- "The fog greatly obscured visibility and quite frankly, it's a miracle we arrived safely."
- "Quite frankly Jean, if I told you about my political views, I'm afraid I would have to kill you."
- "Bruno : Frankly Brian, I'll invest in anything."
- "To be frank, I don't think the Delavigne Corporation makes a very good musical comedy."
- "I don't know what you've done, frankly I don't care."
- "My dog has taken ill, and frankly I'd like to be with him right now."
- "I don't eat any animal products, and frankly I think you're a monster for doing so."
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