English version

make no bones about (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake no bones about (doing) somethingmake no bones about (doing) somethingHONESTto not feel nervous or ashamed about doing or saying something Mary made no bones about enjoying a drink. bone
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make no bones about (doing) somethingThe secretary was enormously dissatisfied with how some of our programs were being managed, and made no bones about it.Well, the two of them had made no bones about what they thought of her.At least he made no bones about it.He made no bones about displaying his artistic temperament.He made no bones about stating his own views or criticising theirs.I make no apology or make no bones about being partisan.Mr. Stutzman makes no bones about his religious beliefs.These five women made no bones about national honor or scientific achievement.
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