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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Extending continuously in the same direction without curving: a straight line.
- adjective: Having no waves or bends: straight hair.
- adjective: Not bent or bowed; rigid or erect: a straight, strong back.
- adjective: Sports Of or relating to a midair position in diving or gymnastics in which the body is held rigid without bending at the hips or knees.
- adjective: Perfectly horizontal or vertical; level or even: The mirror isn't straight.
- adjective: Direct and candid: a straight answer.
- adjective: Following a direct or correct method or approach; systematic: straight reasoning.
- adjective: Coming from a reliable source; factual: a straight tip; straight information.
- adjective: Showing or marked by honesty or fair-mindedness: straight business dealings.
- adjective: Right; correct: made sure the facts were straight in the report.
- adjective: Neatly arranged; orderly: The room is straight again.
- adjective: Uninterrupted; consecutive: sick for five straight days; their fourth straight victory.
- adjective: Having the parts or details in correct sequence.
- adjective: Games Constituting a straight in poker.
- adjective: Characterized by undeviating support, as of a principle or a political party: always votes a straight party line; a straight Democrat.
- adjective: Not deviating from what is considered socially normal, usual, or acceptable; conventional.
- adjective: Conventional to an extreme degree.
- adjective: Heterosexual.
- adjective: Slang Not being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- adjective: Not deviating from the normal or strict form: straight Freudian analysis.
- adjective: Not altered, embellished, or modified: does straight comedy.
- adjective: Concerned with serious or important matters: a straight drama without comedy or music.
- adjective: Of or relating to a straight man.
- adjective: Not mixed with anything else; undiluted: straight bourbon.
- adjective: Sold without discount regardless of the amount purchased.
- adverb: In a straight line; directly.
- adverb: In an erect posture; upright.
- adverb: Sports In the straight position, as in diving.
- adverb: Without detour or delay: went straight home.
- adverb: Without circumlocution; candidly: I'll say it to you straight: you're wrong.
- adverb: In a neat and orderly condition: put the living room straight.
- adverb: In an honest, law-abiding, or virtuous manner: lives straight.
- adverb: Without stopping; continuously: walked six hours straight.
- adverb: Without embellishment or modification: tell the joke straight.
- adverb: Without ice, water, or a mixer: drink whiskey straight.
- noun: The straight part, as of a road: "The car darted forward on to the straight” ( Kingsley Amis).
- noun: The straight part of a racecourse between the winning post and the last turn.
- noun: A straight line.
- noun: A straight form or position.
- noun: Games A poker hand containing five cards of various suits in numerical sequence, ranked above three of a kind and below a flush.
- noun: A conventional person, especially one considered a member of established society.
- noun: A heterosexual person.
- idiom: straight up Served without ice: whiskey straight up.
- straight off/away šnek. iš karto