Frank

I имя существительное; уменьшительное от Francis Фрэнк (мужское имя) II имя существительное; история; историческое а) (the Franks) франки (группа западно-германских племён, объединившихся в племенной союз, впервые упоминаемый в 3 в.) б) франк (представитель одного из племён этой группы)

Большой англо-русский словарь

Frank

I имя прилагательное откровенный, искренний, открытый Например: brutally / perfectly frank — совершенно откровенный She was frank with us about everything. — Она ничего не скрывала от нас. frank opinion — откровенное мнение Синоним(ы): candid II глагол франкировать (письмо)

Большой англо-русский словарь

Frank

чистосердечный

Англо-русский научно-технический словарь

Frank

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, partly from Old English Franca; partly from Anglo-French Franc, from Late Latin Francus, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German Franko Frank, Old English Franca a member of a West Germanic tribal confederacy that entered the Roman provinces in A.D. 253, occupied the Netherlands and most of Gaul, and established themselves along the Rhine II. biographical name Anne 1929-1945 German-born diarist during the Holocaust

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера

Frank

I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, free, from Anglo-French franc, from Medieval Latin francus, from Late Latin Francus Frank 1. marked by free, forthright, and sincere expression
Example: a frank reply 2. a. unmistakably evident
Example: frank materialism b. clinically evident and unmistakable
Example: frank pusfrankness noun Synonyms: frank, candid, open, plain mean showing willingness to tell what one feels or thinks. frank stresses lack of shyness or secretiveness or of evasiveness from considerations of tact or expedience
Example: frank discussions. candid suggests expression marked by sincerity and honesty especially in offering unwelcome criticism or opinion
Example: a candid appraisal. open implies frankness but suggests more indiscretion than frank and less earnestness than candid
Example: open in saying what they think. plain suggests outspokenness and freedom from affectation or subtlety in expression
Example: plain talk. II. transitive verb 1. a. to mark (a piece of mail) with an official signature or sign indicating the right of the sender to free mailing b. to mail free c. to affix to (mail) a stamp or a marking indicating the payment of postage 2. to enable to pass or go freely or easily • frankable adjectivefranker noun III. noun 1. a. the signature of the sender on a piece of franked mail serving in place of a postage stamp b. a mark or stamp on a piece of mail indicating postage paid c. a franked envelope 2. the privilege of sending mail free of charge IV. noun frankfurter

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера