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  *直* | 直* | *直
straight / to straighten / fair and reasonable / frank / straightforward / (indicates continuing motion or action) / vertical / vertical downward stroke in Chinese characters
simply / at all / practically
perpendicular / vertical
  *直* | 直* | *直
surname Zhi / Zhi (c. 2000 BC), fifth of the legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝 descended from Shennong 神農|神农 Farmer God
straight (in a straight line) / continuously / always / from the beginning of ... up to ... / all along
perfectly straight / straight as a ramrod / bolt upright
to straighten / to stretch out
stiff / rigid / inflexible
to stare / to look blank / to be fixed (of eyes)
honest / frank / candid
upright / upstanding / honest
smooth / level
vertical / to erect / to set upright / vertical stroke in Chinese characters / young servant (old)
lit. when the boat reaches the bridge, it will pass underneath without trouble (proverb) / fig. everything will be all right
to straighten
lit. crooked and straight / fig. right and wrong, good and evil
upright / straightforward
upright and outspoken
honest and straightforward
lit. right and wrong, crooked and straight (idiom); fig. merits and demerits / pros and cons
frank / straightforward / blunt
straight / direct
directly / straight / straight ahead / straightforward
to straighten / (slang) to turn a gay person straight
straight shooter
(colloquial) whatever / come what may
simple and frank
strong and upright
variant of 耿直
your lips say one thing, but your body language reveals what you really think (borrowed from Japanese)
your lips say one thing, but your body language reveals what you really think (four-character version of 口嫌體正直|口嫌体正直)
variant of 耿直
upright and honest / incorruptible / squeaky clean
to straighten / (fig.) to mend one's ways
everything will turn out all right (idiom) / let's worry about it when it happens / it will be all right on the night
to straighten (by pulling or stretching) / to be even (neither side losing out)
Han Yanzhi (1131-?), Song dynasty botanist, author of classification of orange trees 橘錄|橘录
lit. when the ship arrives at the bridge we can deal with the problem / no point in worrying about sth until it actually happens (idiom)
upright and unyielding (literary)
outspoken and frank (idiom)

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