directly opposite

adj. 真正面

English-Japanese new dictionary. 2007.

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  • directly - direct — Directly is most commonly used to say that something does not involve an intermediate stage or action, or another person. They denied having negotiated directly or indirectly with the terrorists. They have their cash directly from the government …   Useful english dictionary

  • opposite — As an adjective denoting position, opposite is followed by to (Two people directly opposite to each other); it is also used with the same meaning as a preposition without to (Two people directly opposite each other). As a noun, opposite is… …   Modern English usage

  • 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 — 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 — direct, directly Because direct is an adverb as well as an adjective, it gets in the way of directly, which is an adverb only. Directly is used (1) before an adjective in senses corresponding to those of direct (They were directly responsible for …   Modern English usage

  • directly — /di rekt lee, duy /, adv. 1. in a direct line, way, or manner; straight: The path leads directly to the lake. 2. at once; without delay; immediately: Do that directly. 3. shortly; soon: They will be here directly. 4. exactly; precisely: directly… …   Universalium

  • directly */*/*/ [daɪˈrek(t)li] — [dɪˈrek(t)li] adv 1) in a way that involves only the two people or things that are mentioned, with no one or nothing else between Ant: indirectly I prefer to deal directly with the manager.[/ex] You are directly responsible for this.[/ex] Price… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • directly — adverb 1) they flew directly to New York Syn: straight, right, as the crow flies, by a direct route 2) I went directly after breakfast Syn: immediately, at once, instantly, right away, straightaway, posthaste, witho …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • directly — adverb 1) they flew directly to New York Syn: straight, as the crow flies 2) directly after breakfast Syn: immediately, right (away), straight (away), without delay, promptly 3) the houses directly opposite …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

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