Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) honest, simple and easy to do or understand
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Something which is described as 'straightforward' is honest, simple and easy to do or understand. If something is straightforward it is direct and 'to the point' without being complicated or hiding anything. This is an adjective used in both professional and social contexts.
Social Examples (Basic)
Please, stop beating about the bush and just give me a straightforward answer!
The instructions seemed pretty straightforward, but when I began trying to put the furniture together I immediately ran into difficulties.
Professional Examples (Basic)
To do the task you just need to follow the guidelines I have set you. It is really very straightforward.
I think we should adopt a straightforward approach to dealing with the issue rather than over complicating things.
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