suomi-englanti sanakirja

straight englannista suomeksi

  1. suoraan

  2. suora

  3. järjestyksessä, siisti

  4. hetero

  5. rehellinen, vilpitön, rehti

  6. kalkkis

  7. kunnossa, oikein

  8. peräkkäinen

  9. heteroseksuaali, hetero-

  10. johdonmukainen

  11. kuiva

  1. suora

  2. suora, rehellinen, vilpitön

  3. kunto / kunnossa, järjestys / järjestyksessä

  4. raaka, laimentamaton

  5. hetero, heteroseksuaali

  6. suoraan

  7. yhteen menoon

  8. Substantiivi

  9. tavallinen ihminen">tavallinen ihminen

  10. tavallinen savuke">tavallinen savuke

  11. Verbi

straight englanniksi

  1. Not crooked or bent; having a constant direction throughout its length. (defdate)

  2. (RQ:Austen Sense and Sensibility)

  3. (RQ:Chambers Younger Set)

  4. 2011 March 22, Adharanand Finn, ''(w)'':

  5. The other people, I presume, are supposed to be standing to attention, but they're all smiling at me. The lines are not even straight.
  6. Direct, undeviating. (defdate)

  7. 1913, (w), ''The Kentuckians'', page 185:

  8. Now, as the world knows, the straightest way to the heart of the honest voter is through the women of the land, and the straightest way to the heart of the women is through the children of the land; and one method of winning both, with rural politicians, is to kiss the babies wide and far.
  9. (quote-book)

  10. (quote-journal)

  11. Perfectly horizontal or vertical; not diagonal or oblique. (defdate)

  12. 1925, United States House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee No. 1, ''Charges Against William E. Baker, U.S. District Judge'':

  13. Mr. Coniff: He did not have his hat on straight; that is the one thing, is it?
  14. Describing the bat as held so as not to incline to either side; on, or near a line running between the two wickets. (defdate)

  15. 2011 March 15, Alan Gardner & Barney Ronay, ''(w)'':

  16. Steyn continues and it's all a bit more orderly down his end as O'Brien defends the first three balls with a straight bat and a respectful dip of the head.
  17. Direct in communication; unevasive, straightforward. (defdate)

  18. 2003, Rosie Cowan, ''(w)'', 24 April:

  19. Tony Blair issued a direct challenge to the IRA yesterday when he demanded they give straight answers to three simple questions(nb..).
  20. Free from dishonesty; honest, law-abiding. (defdate)

  21. 1879, (w), ''John Caldigate'':

  22. ‘It wasn't the proper thing, squoire. It wasn't straight.’
  23. 2010 August 4, (w), ''Out of prison and trying to go straight''

  24. How easy is it to go straight after a life spent in and out of prison?
  25. Serious rather than comedic.

  26. 1988, Ed Gould, ''Entertaining Canadians: Canada's international stars, 1900-1988'', Cappis Pr Pub Ltd ((ISBN)):

  27. Allan Blye, a CBC-TV mainstay in the early Sixties, worked as a singer, writer and straight and comedic actor.
  28. 2004, Tammy Ravas, ''Peter Schickele: A Bio-bibliography'', Greenwood Publishing Group ((ISBN)):

  29. All of Peter Schickele's music, both straight and comedic are integrated side by side in this chapter.
  30. 2005, Bob McCabe, ''The Rough Guide to Comedy Movies'', Rough Guides Limited:

  31. More success followed, both straight and comedic, with hits such as ''Dead Poets' Society'' (1989), in which Williams scored another Oscar nomination for skilfully handling a classic "rogue teacher" role that hovers just this side of sentimentality,(..)
  32. In proper order; as it should be. (defdate)

  33. 2010, Paul Gallagher, ''(w)'', 15 August:

  34. "If you wonder why folks can't take the news seriously, here's Exhibit A," said one blogger. "Lord Jesus, how can the reporter file this story with a straight face?"
  35. In a row, in unbroken sequence; consecutive. (defdate)

  36. (ux)

  37. {{quote-journal|en|date=September 24, 2011|author=David Ornstein|work=BBC Sport

  38. 2008, "Bad vibrations", ''(w)'', 30 October:

  39. As of October 29th, three-month dollar Libor (the rate at which banks borrow from each other) had fallen for 13 straight days and was nearly one-and-a-half percentage points below its October 10th level.
  40. Describing the sets in a match of which the winner did not lose a single set. (defdate)

  41. 2011 February 10, Press Association:

  42. Murray started well against Marcos Baghdatis before slumping to defeat in straight sets and the British No1 admitted he may not have been mentally prepared for the rigours of the ATP Tour after a gruelling start to 2011.
  43. Making no exceptions or deviations in one's support of the organization and candidates of a political party.

  44. Containing the names of all the regularly nominated candidates of a party and no others.

  45. Conventional, mainstream, socially acceptable. (defdate)

  46. (quote-web)

  47. (quote-song)

  48. 1998, Eileen Fitzpatrick & Dominic Pride, ''(magazine)|Billboard'', 17 October 1998:

  49. ‘Her last album was a bit too straight,’ he says, ‘but this one puts her in a more contemporary framework and softens her music.’
  50. (quote-book)?" I held up my left hand as if it were a shield and spun my ring around. I told her: "He works on Wall Street.(..)He wouldn't understand my business. He's always had a straight job. His entire life he's been so – so normal that he doesn't even know how normal he is.(..)He doesn't know I'm a hooker. I'm pretending to be a straight chick. And it's working! And that makes him a straight guy. It's ... I feel like Dr. Frankenhooker."

  51. Heterosexual.

  52. (syn)

  53. (quote-book)|year=1997|page=196|isbn=978-0-415-91874-9|passage=We only appear straight for the first five seconds. Just walking down the street, in the diner, or at the boardwalk, we hear, "Is she a man? Is she a woman? If she is a straight woman, what is she doing with this gay man?" We check in with each other. "What do you think, is it okay? I think we should go. I think we should cross over to the other side. Danger."

  54. (quote-book)He's a straight guy who does drag." At that, the man laughed. "Oh, you're putting me on!" He decided I must have been pulling his leg the whole time. He glanced back at my husband again. "So what's his number?" "The same as mine."

  55. 2007, Layla Kumari, ''(w)'', 17 September:

  56. Some of my friends – gay and straight – seem unable to understand the close but platonic nature of my and Gian's relationship, but have been supportive.
  57. (quote-book)|year=2012|page=1|isbn=978-0-7914-8733-4|passage=Every other mode of social discourse is "other," whether it be termed ''gay'' (or the newly acceptable ''queer''), ''bisexual'', or ''asexual'', or embodied in the concept of the ''spinster'', the ''confirmed bachelor'', the ''old maid'', or the ''same-sex couple'' who will never fit into the "straight" world, and doesn't or don't want to. The state of nonstraightness is essentially suspect; it is not seen as "right or correct."

  58. (quote-book)'' moment. I mean, I know he's straight, but there's always hope.

  59. Occurring between people of opposite sex (sometimes, but only sometimes, specifically between heterosexual ones).

  60. 2013, Shiri Eisner, ''Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution'', Seal Press ((ISBN)), page 100:

  61. However, a "man/woman relationship" with a bisexual person in it, is not a "straight" relationship(..)
  62. 2015, Cara Bergstrom-Lynch, ''Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals Becoming Parents or Remaining Childfree: Confronting Social Inequalities'', Lexington Books ((ISBN)), page 6:

  63. What was possible family-wise was fairly limited, though many gays, lesbians, and bisexuals had children in straight relationships and then came out.
  64. (seemoreCites)

  65. Related to conventional intercourse.

  66. (cot)

  67. (RQ:Mezzrow Blues)

  68. Not using alcohol, drugs, ''etc.'' (defdate)

  69. 1989, (w), ''(w)'':

  70. For all the boredom the straight life brings, it's not too bad.
  71. Not size; thin.

  72. Strait; narrow.

  73. Stretched out; fully extended. (defdate)

  74. Thorough; utter; unqualified.

  75. 2012, Pimpin' Ken, ''PIMPOLOGY: The 48 Laws of the Game'', page 11:

  76. A real pimp is a gentleman, but these are pimps in gorilla suits. They hang around pimps, they have hoes on the track working for them, they may even look like pimps, but they are straight simps.
  77. Of spirits: undiluted, unmixed; neat. (defdate)

  78. (label) Concerning the property allowing the transport of vectors along a course that keeps tangent vectors remain as such throughout that course (gloss).

  79. Of a direction relative to the subject, precisely; as if following a direct line.

  80. ''The door will be straight ahead of you.''

    ''Go straight back.''

  81. (senseid) Directly; without pause, delay or detour.

  82. ''On arriving at work, he went straight to his office.''

  83. (RQ:Marlowe Tamburlaine)

  84. (RQ:Addison Cato)

  85. I know thy generous temper well; / Fling but the appearance of dishonour on it, / It straight takes fire, and mounts into a blaze.
  86. Continuously; without interruption or pause.

  87. ''He claims he can hold his breath for three minutes straight.''

  88. Of speech or information, without prevarication or holding back; directly; straightforwardly; plainly.

  89. Something that is not crooked or bent such as a part of a road or track.

  90. (quote-book)|year=2009|page=191|isbn=978-0-307-49035-3|passage=After four grueling laps, the race had come down to a sprint. Into the straight, although my legs were burning, I called on them for more, and they responded. On my inside the maroon singlet came with me, until it was just the two of us heading for the line.

  91. (quote-book)|year=2011|page=19|isbn=978-1-4628-6700-4|passage=Seppi started the engine, then shifted first gear and sped away into second, then third and fourth gear. Frank heard the roar of the Porsche's engine further down the straight and the back short straight. He held a stopwatch in his hand, waiting for him to come up into the straight from the hairpin curve.

  92. Five cards in sequence.

  93. A heterosexual.

  94. A normal person; someone in mainstream society.

  95. (quote-av)| role=(w)| passage=Boys! Boys! You're scaring the straights, okay? Is there any way that we could do this tomorrow?

  96. (quote-book) more than any other work revealed the split vision towards space exploration among many in the counter-culture: a romantic vision of the freedom offered by space that had been fostered by a lifetime of science fiction consumption, immersion in a technological society, the countercultural yearning for speed and “the road,” and, thanks to LSD and other hallucinogens, a unique preappreciation of space traveling not available to straights, versus the bland, oppressive vision of exploration offered by NASA, itself just one part of a larger destructive system that was devastating Earth and that could only offer further oppression in space, not liberation.

  97. A cigarette, particularly one containing tobacco instead of marijuana. (defdate)

  98. (synonyms)

  99. Joseph Manchon, ''Le slang : lexique de l'anglais familier et vulgaire : précédé d'une étude sur la pronunciation et la grammaire populaires'', p. 296:

  100. A straight = a straighter = a straight cut, une cigarette en tabac de Virginie.
  101. A chiropractor who relies solely on spinal adjustment, with no other treatments.

  102. (ant)

  103. To straighten.

  104. 1776, (w), ''An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations''

  105. One man draws out the wire , another straights it , a third cuts it , a fourth points it , a fifth grinds it at the top for receiving the head
  106. (l), directly

  107. (l) (gloss)