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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
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simply; really
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perpendicular / vertical
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  *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
directly
smooth / level
to straighten / to stretch out
stiff / rigid / inflexible
upright; erect / to straighten up (one's back etc); to hold erect
Nintendo Direct (announcement presentation)
upright and outspoken
lit. right and wrong, crooked and straight (idiom); fig. merits and demerits / pros and cons
honest and straightforward
vertical / to erect / to set upright / vertical stroke in Chinese characters / young servant (old)
upright / upstanding / honest
frank / straightforward / blunt
lit. crooked and straight / fig. right and wrong, good and evil
straightforward
straight shooter
upright / straightforward
straight / direct
directly / straight / straight ahead / straightforward
upright and honest / incorruptible / squeaky clean
strong and upright
lit. when the boat reaches the bridge, it will pass underneath without trouble (proverb) / fig. everything will be all right
variant of 耿直
(colloquial) whatever / come what may
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)
honest / frank / candid
your lips say one thing, but your body language reveals what you really think (borrowed from Japanese)
to stare / to look blank / to be fixed (of eyes)
variant of 耿直
unyielding
to straighten
upright and unyielding (literary)
to straighten (by pulling or stretching) / to be even (neither side losing out)
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 / (slang) to turn a gay person straight
outspoken and frank (idiom)
simple and frank
to straighten / (fig.) to mend one's ways
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)
Han Yanzhi (1131-?), Song dynasty botanist, author of classification of orange trees 橘錄|橘录


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