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comment Does “frech wie Oskar sein” have a negative connotation to it?
Fair point, well made @Emanuel. I should have said "not offensive" - it is of course a negative word, but by no means an affront, generally speaking, even thought there are situations where it can be.
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comment Does “frech wie Oskar sein” have a negative connotation to it?
I think the word "frech" in general (and similar to "cheeky") doesn't have much of a negative connotation to it any more.