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outright /aut'rait/
  • tính từ
    • hoàn toàn, toàn bộ
    • thẳng, công khai; toạc móng heo
    • triệt để, dứt khoát
    • phó từ
      • hoàn toàn, tất cả, toàn bộ
      • ngay lập tức
        • to kill outright: giết chết tươi
      • thẳng, công khai; toạc móng heo
    Concise Dictionary
    'aʊtraɪt
    adj.
    +without reservation or exception
    adv.
    +without restrictions or stipulations or further payments
    +without reservation or concealment
    +without any delay

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 unqualified, total, unreserved, unrestricted, full, complete, unconditional, unequivocal, clear, direct, definite, unmistakable or unmistakeable:
    The duke is the outright owner of the property.
    2 undisguised, unmitigated, utter, consummate, pure, out-and-out, all-out, sheer, absolute, stark, bald, thorough, arrant, thoroughgoing, through-and-through, downright, direct, definite, unmistakable or unmistakeable:
    Her outright refusal to provide further help was met with dismay.
    adv.
    3 directly, at once, immediately, instantaneously, instantly, then and there or there and then, straight or right away, on the spot, right off:
    One passenger was killed outright, the other died later in hospital.
    4 completely, entirely, exactly, precisely, totally, in toto, utterly, baldly, starkly, consummately, purely, thoroughly, directly, unhesitatingly, quite, absolutely, explicitly, categorically, straightforwardly, plainly, openly, forthrightly, unequivocally, unambiguously, candidly:
    I wish that Henry wasn't so reticent and would say outright what he means
    5 unrestrictedly, unqualifiedly, unreservedly, unconditionally:
    The duke owns the property outright.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, adverb
    + adjective [only before noun]
    1 complete and total: an outright ban / rejection / victory + She was the outright winner. + No one party is expected to gain an outright majority.
    2 open and direct: There was outright opposition to the plan.
    + adverb
    1 in a direct way and without trying to hide anything: Why don't you ask him outright if it's true? + She couldn't help herself and she laughed outright.
    2 clearly and completely: Neither candidate won outright. + The group rejects outright any negotiations with the government.
    3 not gradually; immediately: Most of the crash victims were killed outright. + We had saved enough money to buy the house outright.


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