Translation of straightaway in Spanish:
adverb straight awayAmerican English: /ˌstreɪdəˈweɪ/ British English: /ˌstreɪtəˈweɪ/
- I'll do it straightawayshe did it straightawayahora mismo or enseguida lo hagolo hizo enseguida or inmediatamenteExample sentences
- The Inspector, who was also at the meeting, urged anyone finding drugs paraphernalia, including burned tin foil and syringes, to contact the police straightaway.
- Child protection officers will be under instructions to report any allegations straightaway to Mr Morris and to appropriate authorities such as police and social services.
- Linda took the courageous decision to waive her anonymity in the hope of encouraging other victims of sexual and physical abuse to report their situations to the police straightaway.
nounAmerican English: /ˌstreɪdəˈweɪ/ British English: /ˌstreɪtəˈweɪ/
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