Translation: from spanish

just plain

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  • Just Plain Folks Music Organization — (often referred to as Just Plain Folks, or simply JPF) is a website and community founded by Brian Austin Whitney with the intent of helping anyone involved in the music industry to network, share their experiences, build relationships, and grow …   Wikipedia

  • Just Plain Bill — was a long run 15 minute daytime radio drama program heard on CBS and NBC. The series was sponsored by Anacin for 18 of the program s 23 year run. Other sponsors over the years were Kolynos toothpaste, Clapp’s baby food and BiSoDol. It was “the… …   Wikipedia

  • Just Plain Mark and Zippy — Infobox Radio Show show name = Just Plain Mark and Zippy imagesize = 100px caption = Just Plain Mark and Zippy logo other names = format = Childrens runtime = 4pm 8pm Pacific country = United States language = English home station = Radio Disney… …   Wikipedia

  • plain — plain1 [plān] adj. [OFr < L planus, flat, level < IE base * plā , broad, flat > FLOOR, FIELD] 1. Obs. flat; level; plane 2. free from obstructions; open; clear [in plain view] 3. clearly understood; evident; obvious [to make one s meani …   English World dictionary

  • just folks — just (plain) folks ordinary, down to earth, unpretentious people …   Useful english dictionary

  • plain — 1 /pleIn/ adjective 1 CLEAR very clear, and easy to understand or recognize; obvious (1): He spoke in Russian, but his message was plain enough. | it is plain (that): It was plain that management policies would have to change. | as plain as… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • plain — plain1 W3S2 [pleın] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(clear)¦ 2 in plain English/language 3¦(simple)¦ 4¦(honest)¦ 5¦(emphasis)¦ 6¦(not beautiful)¦ 7 in plain clothes 8 (just) plain Mr/Mrs etc 9 be plain sailing 10 in plain sight …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • plain — plain1 [ pleın ] adjective ** 1. ) easily seen or understood: Hugh s message was short, but the meaning was plain enough. it is plain (that): It was plain that they knew each other already. it is plain to someone (that): It was plain to everyone… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • plain — I UK [pleɪn] / US adjective Word forms plain : adjective plain comparative plainer superlative plainest ** 1) easily seen or understood Hugh s message was short, but the meaning was plain enough. it is plain (that): It was plain that they knew… …   English dictionary

  • plain — plain1 plainly, adv. plainness, n. /playn/, adj., plainer, plainest, adv., n. adj. 1. clear or distinct to the eye or ear: a plain trail to the river; to stand in plain view. 2. clear to the mind; evident, manifest, or obvious: to make one s… …   Universalium

  • plain — [[t]ple͟ɪn[/t]] ♦♦♦ plainer, plainest, plains 1) ADJ: usu ADJ n A plain object, surface, or fabric is entirely in one colour and has no pattern, design, or writing on it. In general, a plain carpet makes a room look bigger... He placed the paper… …   English dictionary

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