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straight off (or out)

Definition of straight off or out in English:

informal Without hesitation or deliberation: Wendy drank half the bottle straight off
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  • If you're considering voting for them, you should ask your candidate straight out about this.
  • I tell them straight out how I feel about animal testing and they have all felt the same way.
  • Every time anyone ever calls me about magazines I just tell them straight off that I am not interested and hang up.
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