- adj.直言的; 坦率的; 毫无保留的; 心急口快;
- 副词: outspokenly;
- 名词: outspokenness;
an outspoken opponent of the leader
Some church leaders have been outspoken in their support for political reform in Kenya.
She has made outspoken remarks about the legalisation of cannabis in Britain.
He has made a string of outspoken and sometimes provocative speeches in recent years.
He became an outspoken opponent of the old Soviet system.
Far from lying low, Kuti became more outspoken than ever.
She is an outspoken critic of the school system in this city.
The opprobrium and enmity he incurred were caused by his outspoken brashness.
He was outspoken in his criticism.
To be outspoken is easy when you do not wait to speak the complete truth.
Major Major's father was an outspoken champion of economy in government.
How did he look, Sir? Was he portly, bold, outspoken, and hearty?
他看来怎样, 先生? 他是不是又魁梧 、 又豪放 、 又直爽 、 又精神饱满 呢 ?
He is frank and outspoken and never beats about the bush.
My father was upright and outspoken . He held hypocrites in detestation.
Caption: Packaged: Despite outspoken international protest, attitudes in Japan are still permissive regarding whale hunting.
描述: 打包: 尽管国际示威抗议不断, 日本国内对捕鲸的态度仍然很宽容.
Angela, my first boss out of college, was smart and outspoken 6.
安吉拉, 精明能干,真诚坦率, 是我大学毕业后的第一位老板.
It is possible to be outspoken without being rude.
Because good, the tree of my life in a more outspoken and fearless impartiality and arrogance!
In fact, he's become an outspoken critic of government policies in the property sector.
His outspoken remarks made him an easy target for the opposition.
From then on, I began my love an outspoken , artless boy.
Yesterday , though, an even more interesting and outspoken intervention emerged.
I believe I'm honest, monsieur, but, to be outspoken, I've had several trades.
先生, 我自信还是个诚实人, 但是说实在话我干过很多种行业了.
An outspoken advocate for tanks, Patton saw them as the future of modern combat.
Jean was outspoken about her wish to be married.
He is an outspoken critic of the government.
The widow's gratitude for her preservation was outspoken.
——英汉文学 - 汤姆历险
My boss is an outspoken critic of my ideas.
1. given to expressing yourself freely or insistently;
"outspoken in their opposition to segregation"
"a vocal assembly"
2. 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"
"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"