прямой; неизогнутый; невьющийся; правильный; ровный; находящийся в порядке; честный; искренний; верный; надежный; неуклонно поддерживающий решения своей партии; преданный своей партии; неразбавленный; относящийся к пьесам признанного достоинства; классический; поштучный; достоверный; гетеросексуальный;
по прямой линии; прямо; немедленно; правильно; точно; метко; честно; открыто; сразу;
прямизна ; прямота ; прямая линия; прямая ; пять карт, подобранных подряд по достоинству; нормальный человек; стрит
- Pull yourself up straight again, sitting up as tall as you can.
- I'd have gone straight there."
- Go straight across at the first crossroads.
- I went straight from the station to the beach.
- But look! here come more crowds, pacing straight for the water, and seemingly bound for a dive.
- Our journey was to take us from one end of the village to the Bar-Tabac at the other end, a trip of some 200 metres down the straight street that led to the plump, vine-studded hills in the distance.
- Sampson feels "a very great aversion" to Slinkton as soon as he sees him: "His hair, which was elaborately brushed and oiled, was parted straight up the middle; and he presented this parting to the clerk, exactly as if he had said, in so many words: "You must take me, if you please, my friend, just as I show myself.
- Madame would see Boy there, she'd look at him and she'd give a whole line straight to him ( Can't you see
- "I want a photo of you," she said wolfishly, leaning back and smiling straight into Lucy's eyes.
- Keeping the legs straight, squeeze them together 25 times, holding each squeeze for 1 second.
- Except for a slight flair towards the hem, the skirt was straight.
- There was a certain beauty about the shrouded hills, grey fields, and straight, silver rain; but they were too cold and wet and hungry to appreciate things like that.
- This is not an uncommon occurrence because birds of prey have what is known as "tunnel vision" - which means that although they can focus with deadly accuracy on the prey straight in front of them, they have difficulty seeing anything outside that direct line of sight.