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There are no outspoken cabinet critics of the rival scheme to expand Gatwick. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She has compounded this supposed offence by her outspoken criticisms. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The academy is long outspoken in support of animal research. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He remains outspoken in his criticisms. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He became an outspoken critic of what he saw as the party's increasingly autocratic behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Without their outspoken support, my leadership would have been much more difficult. Christianity Today (2000)Was he too outspoken in his criticism of the Convention? THE LOST KING OF FRANCE: Revolution, Revenge and the Search for Louis XVII (2002)I am known for being outspoken about fat people. The Sun (2014)But his outspoken attacks on the football establishment led to his resignation, to the horror of team and fans. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some people were more outspoken. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)His comments need careful consideration, particularly given his deep understanding of commercial cases and his outspoken criticism in some serious fraud cases. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He had been the most outspoken critic of the Great War from a pacifist standpoint. THE GUARDSMEN (2004)HERE is your chance to come face to face with one of Britain's most outspoken people. The Sun (2015)
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British English: outspoken /ˌaʊtˈspəʊkən/ ADJECTIVE
If you are outspoken, you give your opinions about things openly, even if they shock people.
...his outspoken criticism of the prime minister.
- American English: outspoken
- Arabic: صَرِيحٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: franco
- Chinese: 坦率直言的
- Croatian: iskren
- Czech: přímočarý upřímný
- Danish: frimodig
- Dutch: vrijmoedig
- European Spanish: franco directo
- Finnish: suorapuheinen
- French: franc
- German: freimütig
- Greek: ντόμπρος
- Italian: diretto
- Japanese: 遠慮のない
- Korean: 솔직한
- Norwegian: frimodig
- Polish: szczery
- European Portuguese: franco
- Romanian: direct
- Russian: прямодушно
- Spanish: franco
- Swedish: frispråkig
- Thai: พูดจาเปิดเผย
- Turkish: açık sözlü
- Ukrainian: відвертий
- Vietnamese: thẳng thắn
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