also straightforward

also straightforward
مُسْتَقِيم \ honest: true; not telling lies or deceiving; not stealing: Give me your honest opinion. Honest people do not travel by train without a ticket. moral: naturally right in behaviour (compared with immoral): a very moral man. straight: not bent or curved: a straight line. also straightforward: honest and direct; not deceitful or twisted: Please give me a straight answer to my question. straightforward: honest and direct; not deceitful or twisted.

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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