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straight 的同义词

(形容词) 
Definition
continuing in the same direction without bending
Keep the boat in a straight line.
同义词
direct
She avoided giving a direct answer.
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unswerving
her unswerving belief in her father's innocence
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undeviating
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
even, level, or upright
There wasn't a single straight wall in the building.
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level
a plateau of level ground
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even
The tables are fitted with a glass top to provide an even surface.
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square
The sides finished all square in the first leg.
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smooth
a smooth surface
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in line
Venus, the Sun and Earth were all in line.
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aligned
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反义词
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skewwhiff (British, informal)
(形容词) 
Definition
outright or candid
a straight answer to a straight question
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frank
They had a frank discussion about the issue.
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plain
his reputation for plain speaking
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straightforward
I was impressed by his straightforward intelligent manner.
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blunt
She is blunt about her personal life.
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outright
She failed to win an outright victory.
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honest
I was honest about what I was doing.
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downright
a simple, downright chap with no rhetorical airs about him
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candid
a candid account of her life in the limelight
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forthright
She was known for her forthright manner.
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point-blank
He gave a point-blank refusal.
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upfront (informal)
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unqualified
The event was an unqualified success.
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
in continuous succession
They'd won twelve straight games before they lost.
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consecutive
This was their fourth consecutive meeting in the past four days.
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continuous
Residents reported that they heard continuous gunfire.
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running
The song turned into a running joke between them.
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solid
a solid line
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sustained
The proposals follow sustained criticism from teachers.
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uninterrupted
five years of rapid and uninterrupted growth
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nonstop
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unrelieved
反义词
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non-consecutive
(形容词) 
It's a straight choice between low-paid jobs and no jobs.
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straightforward
The question seemed straightforward enough.
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simple
The job itself had been simple enough.
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clear-cut
She won a clear-cut victory in yesterday's election.
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uncomplicated
It must be a very uncomplicated arrangement.
(形容词) 
Definition
conventional in views, customs, or appearance
(slang)  Dorothy was described as a very straight woman.
同义词
conventional
conventional views
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conservative
People tend to be more adventurous when they're young and more conservative as they get older.
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orthodox
orthodox Jews
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traditional
Traditional teaching methods can put students off learning.
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square (informal)
I felt so square in my three-piece suit.
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bourgeois
the bourgeois ideology of individualism
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Pooterish
反义词
,
trendy (British, informal)
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voguish
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(形容词) 
Definition
honest, respectable, or reliable
You need to be straight with them to gain their respect.
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honest
My dad was the most honest man I have ever met.
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just
She fought honestly for a just cause and for freedom.
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fair
I wanted them to get a fair deal.
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respectable
He came from a respectable middle-class family.
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upright
a very upright, trustworthy man
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honourable
I believe she is an honourable person.
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equitable
the equitable distribution of social wealth
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law-abiding
We want to protect decent law-abiding people and their property.
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trustworthy
He is a trustworthy, level-headed teacher.
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above board
My financial dealings were always above board.
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fair and square
We were beaten fair and square.
反义词
bent (slang)
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crooked (informal)
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shady (informal)
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(形容词) 
Definition
heterosexual
(informal)  He considers his sexual orientation to be straight.
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heterosexual
heterosexual couples
(形容词) 
Definition
(of an alcoholic drink) undiluted
a large straight whisky
同义词
undiluted
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pure
The ancient alchemists tried to transmute base metals into pure gold.
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neat
He poured himself a glass of neat brandy.
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unadulterated
It was pure, unadulterated hell.
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unmixed
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Definition
even, level, or upright
Is this picture straight?
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upright
He moved into an upright position.
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erect
Her head was erect and her back was straight.
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vertical
The climber inched up a vertical wall of rock.
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perpendicular
the perpendicular wall of sandstone
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Definition
in good order
We need to get the house straight again before they come home.
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in order
We tried to keep the room in order.
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organized
Such people are very organized and excellent time managers.
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arranged
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sorted out
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neat
Her house was neat and tidy and gleamingly clean.
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tidy
Having a tidy desk can sometimes seem impossible.
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orderly
The vehicles were parked in orderly rows.
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shipshape
We moved in and soon had the place shipshape.
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put to rights
反义词
12 (形容词) 
Definition
in keeping with the facts
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accurate
a more accurate description of the terrain
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reliable
She was efficient and reliable.
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authentic
authentic details about the birth of the organization
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honest
It was an honest mistake on his part.
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(副词) 
Definition
in a level or upright position
Stand straight and stretch the left hand to the right foot.
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(副词) 
Definition
in a straight line or direct course
Straight ahead were the low cabins of the motel.
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directly
The plane will fly the stranded tourists directly back home.
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precisely
`Is that what you meant?' – `Precisely.'
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exactly
Can you describe exactly what he looked like?
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as the crow flies
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unswervingly
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by the shortest route
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in a beeline
(副词) 
Definition
immediately
As always, we went straight to the experts for advice.
同义词
immediately
She answered his message immediately.
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directly
Directly after the meeting, an official appealed on television.
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promptly
She lay down and promptly fell asleep.
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instantly
Allergic reactions can be treated instantly with antihistamines.
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at once
I must go at once.
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straightaway
I should go and see a doctor straight away.
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without delay
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without hesitation
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forthwith
I could have you arrested forthwith!
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unhesitatingly
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before you could say Jack Robinson (informal)
(副词) 
Definition
frankly
I told him straight that I had been looking for another job.
同义词
frankly
The leaders have been speaking frankly about their problems.
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honestly
It came as a shock to hear him talk so honestly about an old friend.
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point-blank
Mr Patterson was asked point-blank if he would resign.
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candidly
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pulling no punches (informal)
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in plain English
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with no holds barred

习语

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其他同义词

in the sense of above board
Definition
completely honest and open
My financial dealings were always above board.
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upfront (informal),
on the level (informal),
kosher (informal),
dinkum (Australian, New Zealand, informal),
fair and square,
on the up and up,
honest to goodness
in the sense of at once
Definition
immediately
I must go at once.
同义词
now,
right now,
straight away,
without delay,
without hesitation,
this (very) minute,
pronto (informal),
this instant,
straightway (archaic),
tout de suite
in the sense of authentic
Definition
reliable or accurate
authentic details about the birth of the organization

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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