straightforward

streɪtˈfɔ:wəd
1. прил.
1) прямой;
движущийся или ведущий прямо вперед
2) откровенный, прямой, честный Syn : honest, upright
3) простой (о стиле, языке и т.д.) Syn : outspoken
2. нареч. открыто, прямо прямой, непосредственный прямой, открытый, откровенный - * person прямой /откровенный/ человек - * answer прямой ответ - to be * about smth. быть откровенным в отношении чего-л. простой - * language простой язык straightforward простой;
straightforward style простой стиль ~ прямо, открыто ~ прямой;
движущийся или ведущий прямо вперед ~ честный, прямой, откровенный straightforward простой;
straightforward style простой стиль

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • straightforward — straightforward, forthright, aboveboard when applied to persons, their actions, or their methods mean honest and open. Something straightforward is consistently direct and free from deviations or evasiveness {a straightforward course of action}… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • straightforward — [strāt′fôr′wərd] adj. 1. moving or leading straight ahead; direct 2. a) honest; frank; open b) not ambiguous or obscure; clear [a straightforward explanation] adv. in a straightforward manner; directly; openly: also straightforwards… …   English World dictionary

  • Straightforward — Straight for ward, a. Proceeding in a straight course or manner; not deviating; honest; frank. adv. In a straightforward manner. {Straight for ward*ly}, adv. {Straight for ward*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • straightforward — [adj1] honest aboveboard, barefaced*, candid, direct, forthright, frank, genuine, guileless, honorable, just, laid on the line*, level, like it is*, mellow*, open, outspoken, plain, plain dealing*, pretenseless, right on*, sincere, square… …   New thesaurus

  • straightforward — I adjective aboveboard, apertus, artless, candid, direct, forthright, frank, guileless, honest, honorable, ingenuous, legitimate, open, outspoken, plain spoken, scrupulous, simplex, sincere, straight, truth speaking, truthful, unaffected,… …   Law dictionary

  • straightforward — (adj.) 1550s, from STRAIGHT (Cf. straight) (adj.1) + FORWARD (Cf. forward). In reference to language, from 1806 …   Etymology dictionary

  • straightforward — ► ADJECTIVE 1) easy to do or understand. 2) honest and open. DERIVATIVES straightforwardly adverb straightforwardness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • straightforward — 01. I didn t need any help. The instructions were pretty [straightforward]. 02. The solution to our money problems seems [straightforward] to me. If we lower our prices, we will sell more product, and increase our profits. 03. We need to let… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • straightforward — adj. 1 clear and simple VERBS ▪ appear, be, look, prove, seem, sound ▪ find sth ▪ I think you ll find it all quite straightforward …   Collocations dictionary

  • straightforward — [[t]stre͟ɪtfɔ͟ː(r)wə(r)d[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: oft ADJ to inf (approval) If you describe something as straightforward, you approve of it because it is easy to do or understand. Disposable nappies are fairly straightforward to put on... The question …   English dictionary

  • straightforward — straight|for|ward S3 [ˌstreıtˈfo:wəd US ˈfo:rwərd] adj 1.) simple and easy to understand ≠ ↑complicated relatively/quite/fairly straightforward ▪ Installing the program is relatively straightforward. ▪ This area of law is far from straightforward …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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