straight

straight
صَحِيح \ accurate: correct; making no mistakes; exact: an accurate statement; accurate accounts (of money). correct: right; true: the correct answer. intact: not touched; not damaged or broken; complete: The box was broken but the contents were intact. orthodox: generally accepted as being right and usual: orthodox opinions; orthodox medical practice. precise: exact: His precise age is 4 years, 10 months and 3 days. proper: correct, suitable: Eat your food at the proper time, not during lessons. pure: (of a musical note or voice) clear and corret in its sound; (of speech) correct in every way, without local differences: The purest German is spoken around Hanover. right: correct; not mistaken; suitable: the right answer; the right time; the right kind of cloth; the right way to play. rightful: having a right: Are you the rightful owner of this bicycle?. so: showing agreement or surprise: It’s snowing "Oh, so it is!". straight: in the correct position; in proper order: His business affairs were in confusion, but I put them straight. true: correct with regard to facts; actual; proper; right: a true statement; a true copy. valid: (of claims and reasons) good; acceptable. why: expressing surprise: Why! I never knew that!. \ See Also سَلِيم، مضبوط (مَضْبُوط)، دَقيق، قويم (قَوِيم)، مناسب (مُناسِب)‏

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