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straight

adjective
 
 
/streɪt/
NOT CURVED A2 not curved or bent
düz, dümdüz, doğru, dosdoğru
a straight road straight hairGeometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objectsStraight, even and level
LEVEL B2 in a position that is level or vertical
düz, doğru, dik
That shelf's not straight.Straight, even and level
IN A SERIES [always before noun] one after another
iki, ikili, çift
They've won five straight games so far.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
HONEST B2 honest
dürüst, açık, dobra dobra
a straight answer Blunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot saying muchNot being friendlyHonesty, openness and sincerity
DRINK An alcoholic drink that is straight is not mixed with water, ice, etc.
sek, katışıksız
Spirits and distillingUnspoiltPerfect and faultless
get sth straight to make sure that you completely understand a situation
tamamen anladığından emin olmak; tümüyle emin olmak, açıklık kazandırmak
Let me get this straight - am I paying for this?Understanding and comprehending
NOT HOMOSEXUAL informal not homosexual
eşcinsel olmayan
→  See also keep a straight face Relating to sexual preference
(Definition of straight adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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