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 ⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'to be honest' from English to Norwegian
for å være ærlig {adv}to be honest
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Translation for 'to be honest' from English to Norwegian

to be honest
for å være ærlig {adv}
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Usage Examples English
  • We've never had a response like it. To be honest, we are rather unprepared.
  • When he meets Claudia, they promise to be honest with each other, so he confesses his ineptitude as a cop and admits he has not been on a date since he divorced three years earlier.
  • He also defined "comedic integrity" as the ability to critique the hypocrisy of society, but to be honest enough to admit that you are just as guilty of it as anyone else.
  • Backe considered him to be honest and trustworthy, and he appealed to Asher's loyalty to the company.
  • Also, to be honest, there was no real rush for us to finish the project quickly."
  • He drafted mainly miners and farmers from the county of Yiwu because he believed these people to be honest and hardworking.
  • Allen described that to be the moment which made civil rights a very personal matter to him: "I have to be honest with myself and admit that up until the time I had to make the decision to go to Washington or not go, my liberalism on the race issue had been based to a large degree on the pragmatism: it was simply good business for Atlanta to be an open city, a fair city, a "City Too Busy to Hate", a city trying to raise the level of its poorest citizens and get them off the relief roles...I am certain that at this point I had finally crossed over and made my commitment on a very personal basis.
  • Clients may determine which mechanisms are supported by querying the FTPS server with the FEAT command, although servers are not necessarily required to be honest in disclosing what levels of security they support.
  • Senior producer Ken Humphries explained, "To be honest, the Saturn version got lost in the shuffle.
  • Sienna Rosie Diana Miller (born December 28, 1981) is an American-born English She later said, "I was sick of myself, to be honest, or sick of that perception of me. It all felt so f**king dirt".
  • He could not decide whether her delivery which is "so deadpan that it's hard to tell if the sexually-obsessed (and to be honest, rather trite) lyrics ...
  • His earliest published books were "We Live Here" and "I Want To Be Honest".
  • Parker said, "I did my pitch and he was most gracious, although, to be honest, he was quite distracted at the time...
  • She is not afraid to be honest with her coworkers and has proven to be tough when necessary.
  • A journalist's number one obligation is to be honest.
  • Even though he was often commented to be honest, polite, and good-natured by those around him, he was also known to be a strict and quick-tempered teacher to his students.
  • In a 2022 interview with Fox News Digital, Rice expressed his doubts about being drafted at the time: "To be honest, I never thought I was going to get drafted, I downplayed everything because I didn't want that disappointment of getting up here and then come down in disappointment if it didn't happen".
  • However, such a chain is not necessarily useful: the person encrypting an email or verifying a signature not only has to find a chain of signatures from their private key to their correspondent's, but also to trust each person of the chain to be honest and competent about signing keys (that is, they have to judge whether these people are likely to honestly follow the guidelines about verifying the identity of people before signing keys).
  • Carlson told "Fox & Friends" that the North Korean regime was "monstrous" and North Korea was a "disgusting place" but "On the other hand, you've got to be honest about what it means to lead a country.
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