Straight

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Definition

(a) straight (line): (an) uncurved, unbent (line), (a line) which only moves in one direction
adjective

(It's) straight ahead! (It's) straight on!: (It's) on this route, in front of us, in this direction!
idiom

(She is coming) straight (from work): (She will come) directly, immediately (from her job)
adverb
Pronunciation examples
UK: You know you're drunk when you can't walk straight, talk straight, or think straight.
US: Drive straight on for two blocks, then turn left.

Examples

  • "no costume tho, coming straight from work"
  • "Horatio : There, straight ahead."
  • "Jean : Straight for two blocks, right!"
  • "You're just saying "straight ahead"."
  • "Brian : Straight and tall."
  • "Woman : But which way straight ahead?"
  • "That man in a van is coming straight at me!"
  • "Philip : Then go straight for two blocks."
  • "Zulu Alpha Male Kebab, we picked something up on the radar, it is coming straight for you."
  • "Bonjour le man in the van coming straight at me!"

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