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English translation: ingenuousness, naïvety, candour, frankness, purity, innocence

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Italian term or phrase:candore
English translation:ingenuousness, naïvety, candour, frankness, purity, innocence
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05:19 Mar 12, 2002
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / poetry
Italian term or phrase: candore
nimba di candore ogni frastaglio
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Explanation:
candore=
(n) (m) ingenuousness, naïvety, candour (Brit), candor (Am), frankness, purity, innocence.
Candour it is the quality of speaking honestly and openly about things.
Ingenuousnes: innocent trusting, incapable of deceiving anyone (it is a formal world)
Naivety: lack of experience, a naive person expexts things to be uncomplicated or esasy, or people to be honest or kind when they are not.

Of course the translation depends on the context...

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Explanation:
candore=
(n) (m) ingenuousness, naïvety, candour (Brit), candor (Am), frankness, purity, innocence.
Candour it is the quality of speaking honestly and openly about things.
Ingenuousnes: innocent trusting, incapable of deceiving anyone (it is a formal world)
Naivety: lack of experience, a naive person expexts things to be uncomplicated or esasy, or people to be honest or kind when they are not.

Of course the translation depends on the context...

Ref. Collins Cobuild dictionary
www.wordreference.com

VERTERE
Italy
Local time: 13:27
Grading comment
Graded automatically based on peer agreement. KudoZ.

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