Definition of straightforward in English:

straightforward

Line breaks: straight|for¦ward
Pronunciation: /streɪtˈfɔːwəd
 
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adjective

Derivatives

straightforwardly

adverb
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  • Plainly, simply, straightforwardly put, aren't these people, in fact, mercenaries?
  • With a few exceptions noted above, the information is straightforwardly presented and clearly organized.
  • At times, her attacks were directed straightforwardly against the vulgarity of the middle ranks.

straightforwardness

noun
More example sentences
  • Sincerity, seriousness, straightforwardness; all these things have their place.
  • We have dealt with him in good faith throughout this process, and in return have been met with openness, integrity, honesty, and straightforwardness.
  • First off, we liked her as a person for her courage, her sincerity and her straightforwardness.

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