Definitions for indiscreetˌɪn dɪˈskrit
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
not discreet; lacking prudence, good judgment, or circumspection:
an indiscreet remark.
Origin of indiscreet:
lacking discretion; injudicious
"her behavior was indiscreet at the very best"
Not discreet; wanting in discretion.
not discreet; wanting in discretion
Indiscreet is a 1958 British romantic comedy film directed by Stanley Donen and starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. An actress falls in love with a man she believes to be married, who is secretly concealing from her the fact that he has no wife. The film is based on the play Kind Sir by Norman Krasna. This was Grant's and Bergman's second film together, after Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious. The film was remade for television in 1988 starring Robert Wagner and Lesley-Anne Down.
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- indiscretCatalan, Valencian
- unbedachtsam, unüberlegt, unbesonnenGerman
- αδιάκριτος, αδιάκριτηGreek
- indiscreto, imprudenteSpanish
- epähieno, harkitsematonFinnish
- indiszkrét, tapintatlanHungarian
- անզգույշ, չմտածված, անհամեստArmenian
- indiscreto, imprudentePortuguese
- нескромный, неблагоразумныйRussian
- indiskret, oblygSwedish
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