Complete Definition of "straightforward"

English

Etymology
From straight + forward.

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Proceeding in a straight course or manner; not deviate|deviating; honest; frank.

#*1992, George J. Church, "Why Voters Don't Trust Clinton," Time, 20 Apr, p. 38,
#*:A great deal of the uneasiness about Clinton reflects his propensity to dance away from straightforward yes or no answers to any character question.

Derived terms
straightforwardly
straightforwardness

Translations
trans-top|Proceeding in a straight course or manner; not deviating; honest; frank
Czech: přímočarý m, přímý m
Finnish: suora, suoraviivainen, avoin, fyrkanttinen
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Portuguese: direto
Spanish: franco, sencillo
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Adverb
en-adv

#In a straightforward manner.

Translations
trans-top|In a straightforward manner
Finnish: suoraan, suoraviivaisesti, avoimesti
Spanish: francamente, sencillamente
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fr:straightforward
io:straightforward
simple:straightforward
fi:straightforward
te:straightforward
vi:straightforward

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