[streyt-fawr-werd] /ˌstreɪtˈfɔr wərd/
going or directed straight ahead:
a straightforward gaze.
direct; not roundabout:
a straightforward approach to a problem.
free from crookedness or deceit; honest:
straightforward in one’s dealings.
Also, straightforwards. straight ahead; directly or continuously forward.
(of a person) honest, frank, or simple
(mainly Brit) (of a task, etc) simple; easy
in a straight course
- Straight from central casting
[streyt-fruh m-th uh-shohl-der] /ˈstreɪt frəm ðəˈʃoʊl dər/ adjective 1. direct, honest, and forceful in expression; outspoken.
- Straight goods
straight from the horse’s mouth straight goods The truth, as in Is that straight goods about how much you still owe? or I’m giving you the straight goods about Monica. [ ; late 1800s ]
- Straight gyrus
straight gyrus n. A gyrus running along the medial part of the orbital surface of the frontal lobe of the cerebral hemisphere and bounded laterally by the olfactory sulcus.