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NGSL Rank: 1069
streɪt Listen
  • extending or moving uniformly in one direction only; without a curve or bend.
    E.g. a long, straight road
  • properly positioned so as to be level, upright, or symmetrical.
    E.g. he made sure his tie was straight
  • not evasive; honest.
    E.g. a straight answer
  • in continuous succession.
    E.g. he scored his fourth straight win
  • (of an alcoholic drink) undiluted; neat.
    E.g. straight brandy
  • (especially of drama) serious as opposed to comic or musical.
    E.g. a straight play
  • (of a person) conventional or respectable.
    E.g. she looked pretty straight in her school clothes
  • in a straight line; directly.
    E.g. he was gazing straight at her
  • in or into a level, even, or upright position.
    E.g. he pulled his clothes straight
  • correctly; clearly.
    E.g. I'm so tired I can hardly think straight
  • without a break; continuously.
    E.g. he remembered working sixteen hours straight
  • a part of something that is not curved or bent, especially a straight section of a racecourse.
    E.g. he pulled away in the straight to win by half a second
  • (in poker) a continuous sequence of five cards.
  • a conventional person.
  • (in township slang) a 750 ml bottle of alcoholic drink.

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