To be honest nghĩa là gì

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(of a person) truthful or able khổng lồ be trusted; not likely to steal, cheat, or lie, or (of actions, speech, or appearance) showing these qualities:
It might have been useful in this theological text to be honest about the ways in which religion might be destructive sầu lớn human wellbeing.
Many readers may find this too vague and nondirective sầu a conclusion, but it may also be the most honest và potentially motivational conclusion available.
In the crucial issues of rhetorical cogency, expressive adequacy, and honest intent, such tools have sầu no place.
Truth telling is an important principle of medical ethics because honest communication shows respect, it promotes an effective therapeutic relationship, & it preserves trust.
For some people, they give sầu correct change because they are honest, because they care about fairness, và so on.
The role of honest broker in negotiations between loquacious opponents, however, was not to the ambassador"s liking.
His hotline for "honest" taxes operated on the premise that his opponents would flinch before the prospect of a divisive sầu debate about transparent taxes.
Lastly, sincerity (being honest, speaking from the heart, etc.) is a positive trait that roông chồng critics commonly cite.
This awkward piece, gangling & almost painfully honest in its criticism, was, so to speak, "disappeared".
Here is a painful và painfully honest account of how easily a project can fail khổng lồ meet its own expectations.

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To be honest, it is hard lớn say - they actually give sầu little attention to lớn offering constructive sầu alternatives, or routes to achieving them.
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