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Meaning & Definition of Frank in English

English

Frank

/fræŋk/

noun

1. A member of the ancient germanic peoples who spread from the rhine into the roman empire in the 4th century

    synonym:
  • Frank

2. A smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked

  • Often served on a bread roll
    synonym:
  • frank
  • ,
  • frankfurter
  • ,
  • hotdog
  • ,
  • hot dog
  • ,
  • dog
  • ,
  • wiener
  • ,
  • wienerwurst
  • ,
  • weenie

verb

1. Stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing

    synonym:
  • postmark
  • ,
  • frank

2. Exempt by means of an official pass or letter, as from customs or other checks

    synonym:
  • frank

adjective

1. Characterized by directness in manner or speech

  • Without subtlety or evasion
  • "Blunt talking and straight shooting"
  • "A blunt new england farmer"
  • "I gave them my candid opinion"
  • "Forthright criticism"
  • "A forthright approach to the problem"
  • "Tell me what you think--and you may just as well be frank"
  • "It is possible to be outspoken without being rude"
  • "Plainspoken and to the point"
  • "A point-blank accusation"
    synonym:
  • blunt
  • ,
  • candid
  • ,
  • forthright
  • ,
  • frank
  • ,
  • free-spoken
  • ,
  • outspoken
  • ,
  • plainspoken
  • ,
  • point-blank
  • ,
  • straight-from-the-shoulder

2. Clearly manifest

  • Evident
  • "Frank enjoyment"
    synonym:
  • frank

Examples of using

Let us all take off our masks and be frank one to another.
Do you really want me to be frank?
Do you really want me to be frank?