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straight awayVery soon; quickly; immediately.Rate it:

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straight as an arrowvery straight, travelling in a very straight trajectory.Rate it:

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get it straight from the horses mouthGet it truthfully, incisively, directly, explicitly.Rate it:

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get it straight, Understand It Correctly, Get The Truth In The MatterRate it:

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get something straightTo understand; to clarify.Rate it:

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go straightTo discontinue engaging in criminal acts; to become a law-abiding person.Rate it:

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keep straightTo avoid confusing or mixing up something; to keep something clear or organized.Rate it:

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not see straightUsed other than as an idiom: see not, see, straight.Rate it:

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not see straightTo be unable to think clearly.Rate it:

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on the straight and narrowHonest; proceeding according to rules and plans.Rate it:

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scare straightTo frighten (someone) to such a degree that a significant improvement in behavior results.Rate it:

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set straightTo correct; to make right or true.Rate it:

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straight and narrowA path of honesty; procedure according to rules and plans.Rate it:

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straight arrowA person of conventional moralityRate it:

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straight faceA face that is expressionless, especially not laughing.Rate it:

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straight from the horse's mouthDirectly from the source; firsthand.Rate it:

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straight from the shoulderDone in a direct manner; blunt.Rate it:

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straight manA member of a team of comic performers who plays a supporting role by helping to set up jokes and punch lines through engaging in preparatory dialog with the principal comedian; a foil who plays such a role in theatrical comedy.Rate it:

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straight out of the chuteSomething done immediately, or "from the beginning". Taken from rodeo routine: the bucking bronco, or bull, or the calf for the calf-roping contest is kept in a narrow pen, a chute, until it is released and dashes out to its fate.Rate it:

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straight shooterA person who is honest and forthright.Rate it:

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straight shooterA person who is blunt, sometimes to the point of being harsh or offensive.Rate it:

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straight shooterA type of pipe used for smoking cocaine.Rate it:

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bat awayTo knock an object, usually a ball.Rate it:

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beaver awayTo busily undertake a large task.Rate it:

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fall awayTo cease to support a person or cause.Rate it:

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from a mile awayWell in advance.Rate it:

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keep away fromTo deny access to.Rate it:

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run awayTo flee by running.Rate it:

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take away fromTo make something seem not so good or interesting.Rate it:

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throw awayTo discard or dispose of something.Rate it:

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cast awayTo discard.Rate it:

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keep away fromTo evade.Rate it:

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take awayTo leave a memory or impression in one's mind that you think about later.Rate it:

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back awayOf your attention on the thing in front being avoided.Rate it:

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break awayTo leave suddenly.Rate it:

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carry awayTo break under sudden pressure of violent wind.Rate it:

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cast awayTo abandon or maroon.Rate it:

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fire awayTo begin to talk or present information quickly.Rate it:

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go awayCommand asking someone to leave them alone.Rate it:

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pack awayTo eat a great deal.Rate it:

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pull awayTo move ahead.Rate it:

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put awayTo store away, place out of the way, clean up, or organize.Rate it:

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put awayTo strike out a batter.Rate it:

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run away withTo leave secretly with another person. Usually with the intention of getting married or of living together against the wishes of the family.Rate it:

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run away withTo be misled by imagining that one's desires can come true.Rate it:

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squirrel awayTo stash or hide; to hoard, collect, save, or accumulate; to create a reserve, stash, or hoard of some supply, so as to recall a squirrel's burying of nuts.Rate it:

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steal awayTo leave secretively.Rate it:

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tear awayTo remove oneself reluctantly; often expressed in the negative.Rate it:

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square awayTo finish, complete, tidy or put in order.Rate it:

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strip awayTo ignore a factor which obscures the reality.Rate it:

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