Sinónimos de straight en inglés:



  • 1 a long, straight road
    unswerving, undeviating, linear, as straight as an arrow, uncurving, unbending
    [Antónimos] winding zigzag
  • 2 that picture isn't straight
    level, even, in line, aligned, square; vertical, upright, perpendicular; horizontal
    [Antónimos] askew crooked
  • 3 we must get the place straight
    in order, (neat and) tidy, neat, shipshape, orderly, spick and span, organized, arranged, sorted out, straightened out
    [Antónimos] untidy messy
  • 4 a straight answer
    [Antónimos] indirect evasive
  • 5 straight thinking
    logical, rational, clear, lucid, sound, coherent
    [Antónimos] irrational illogical
  • 6 three straight wins
  • 7 straight brandy
    undiluted, neat, pure, straight up
    [Antónimos] diluted
  • 8 informal she's very straight
    respectable, conventional, conservative, traditional, old-fashioned, strait-laced
    informal stuffy, square, fuddy-duddy
  • adverbio

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  • 1 he looked me straight in the eyes
    right, directly, squarely, full
    informal smack, bang, spang, smack dab
  • 2 she drove straight home
    directly, right, by a direct route
  • 3 I'll call you straight back
    right away, straightaway, immediately, directly, at once
    archaic straightway
  • 4 I told her straight
    frankly, directly, candidly, honestly, forthrightly, plainly, point-blank, bluntly, flatly, straight from the shoulder, without beating around/about the bush, without mincing words, unequivocally, unambiguously, in plain English, to someone's face, straight up
  • 5 he can't think straight
  • Frases

    go straight

    maybe a few nights in jail will inspire him to go straightreformmend one's waysturn over a new leafget back on the straight and narrow

    straight from the shoulder

    I have to tell you the truth straight from the shoulder See sense 4 of the adverb

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    Palabra del día ween
    Pronunciación: wiːn
    be of the opinion; think or suppose