I don't mind admitting, telling you..., etc.

I don't mind admitting (something)

I want to tell you something, even if it might be negative, embarrassing, or puts me in a bad light. I don't mind admitting that I paid way too much money for this computer, so shop around if you're looking for one for yourself. The movie was powerful—I don't mind admitting that I was sobbing like a baby by the end of it.
See also: admit, mind

I don't mind telling you (something)

I want to tell you something, even if it might be negative, embarrassing, or puts me in a bad light. I don't mind telling you that I paid way too much money for this computer, so shop around if you're looking for one for yourself. The movie was powerful—I don't mind telling you that I was sobbing like a baby by the end of it.
See also: mind, telling

I don’t mind adˈmitting, ˈtelling you..., etc.

used to emphasize what you are saying, especially when you are talking about something that may be embarrassing for you: I was scared, I don’t mind telling you!
See also: mind, telling
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