1. adv прямо, открыто, откровенно

to come directly to the point — подойти прямо к сути дела, без обиняков заговорить о главном

to go directly towards a house — направиться прямо к дому

directly as the square — прямо пропорционально квадрату

to vary directly — изменяться прямо пропорционально

varying directly — изменяющийся прямо пропорционально

vary directly with — изменяться прямо пропорционально

2. adv непосредственно

directly responsible — несущий непосредственную ответственность

directly or indirectly — непосредственно или косвенно

3. adv сразу, немедленно, тотчас очень скоро, вскоре

directly after this — сразу после этого

most directly — сразу

4. adv полностью; точно

directly contrary — прямо противоположный

5. adv по прямой линии

directly keyed channel — канал с прямой манипуляцией

vary directly as — изменяться прямо пропорционально

varied directly — изменился прямо пропорционально

directly coupled system — система с прямой связью

vary directly — изменяться прямо пропорционально

6. cj разг. как только

I will come directly I have finished — я приду, как только закончу

Синонимический ряд:
1. at once (adj.) at once; immediately; instantaneously; instantly; promptly; quickly; right away
2. candidly (adj.) candidly; frankly; honestly; openly
3. face-to-face (adj.) face-to-face; individually; personally
4. right (adj.) right; straight
5. as soon as (other) as soon as; once; when
6. as the crow flies (other) as the crow flies; dead; due; in a beeline; right; straight; straight ahead; straightly; undeviatingly
7. away (other) away; contiguously; first off; forthwith; instanter; PDQ; right off; straight away; straight off; straightway
8. bluntly (other) baldly; bluntly; brusquely; candidly; explicitly; expressly; flatly; frankly; honestly; openly; outright; outspokenly; plainly; point-blank; straight from the shoulder; straight out; straightforwardly; truthfully; unreservedly; without reserve
9. face to face (other) face to face; in person
10. immediately (other) at once; before you can say `Jack Robinson' (colloquial); immediately; in no time; instantaneously; instantly; now; on the spot; right away; right now; summarily; then and there; this minute; this second
11. soon (other) after a short time; after a time; after a while; anon; any minute; before long; by and by; in a minute; in a moment; in a second; in a while; momentarily; presently; shortly; soon
12. verbatim (other) direct; literally; literatim; verbatim; word for word
Антонимический ряд:
circuitously; deceitfully; later

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  • Directly — Di*rect ly, adv. 1. In a direct manner; in a straight line or course. To run directly on. Shak. [1913 Webster] Indirectly and directly too Thou hast contrived against the very life Of the defendant. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. In a straightforward… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • directly — [adv1] the shortest route as a crow flies*, beeline*, dead, direct, due, exactly, plump, precisely, right, slam bang*, slap, smack, smack dab*, straight, straightly, undeviatingly, unswervingly, without deviation; concepts 581,778 Ant. indirectly …   New thesaurus

  • directly — [də rekt′lē; ] also [ dīrekt′lē] adv. 1. in a direct way or line; straight 2. with nothing or no one between [directly responsible] 3. exactly; completely [directly opposite] 4. a) instantly; right away …   English World dictionary

  • directly — index instantly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • directly — 1510s, in a straight line, from DIRECT (Cf. direct) (adj.) + LY (Cf. ly) (2). Figurative use is slightly earlier (c.1500). Meaning at once, immediately in time (c.1600) is from earlier sense of without intermediate steps (1520s) …   Etymology dictionary

  • directly — *presently, shortly, soon …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • directly — ► ADVERB 1) in a direct manner. 2) exactly in a specified position. 3) immediately. ► CONJUNCTION Brit. ▪ as soon as …   English terms dictionary

  • directly — di|rect|ly1 W2S2 [dıˈrektli, daı ] adv 1.) with no other person, action, process etc between ≠ ↑indirectly ▪ The new property tax law won t directly affect us. ▪ We hope to bring together the countries directly involved in the conflict. directly… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • directly — di|rect|ly1 [ dı rektli, daı rektli ] adverb *** ▸ 1 involving no one else ▸ 2 in a direct line ▸ 3 exactly ▸ 4 clearly and honestly ▸ 5 immediately ▸ 6 soon 1. ) in a way that involves only the two people or things mentioned, with no one or… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • directly — I UK [dɪˈrek(t)lɪ] / US / UK [daɪˈrek(t)lɪ] / US adverb *** 1) in a way that involves only the two people or things mentioned, with no one or nothing else coming in between I prefer to deal directly with the manager. I am holding you directly… …   English dictionary

  • directly — [[t]daɪre̱ktli, dɪr [/t]] 1) ADV: ADV prep/adv If something is directly above, below, or in front of something, it is in exactly that position. The second rainbow will be bigger than the first, and directly above it... There, directly below me,… …   English dictionary

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