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Translation of "straight" - English-Turkish dictionary

straight

adverb     /streɪt/
DIRECTION
A2 in a straight line dosdoğru, dümdüz, düz It's straight ahead. He was looking straight at me.Geometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objectsStraight, even and level
IMMEDIATELY
B1 immediately doğruca, hemen, derhal, dosdoğru I went straight back to sleep.Immediately
sit up/stand up straight
B2 to sit or stand with your body vertical dik oturmak, dik durmak Sitting and standing
not think straight
If you cannot think straight, you are not thinking clearly about something. mantıklı düşünememek, açık seçik bir düşünce ortaya koyamamak I was so tired, I couldn't think straight.Confusion, confusing and feeling confused
tell sb straight (out)
to tell someone the truth in a clear way doğrudan/dobra dobra/yüzüne söylemek, I told him straight that he wasn't getting a pay increase.Honesty, openness and sincerityBlunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot saying muchNot being friendly
straight away
B1 immediately derhal, hemen, hiç vakit kaybetmeden Go there straight away.Immediately
(Definition of straight adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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