Definition of straightforwardly in English:

straightforwardly

adverb

  • 1In a way that is uncomplicated and easy to do or understand.

    ‘things are done simply and straightforwardly’
    ‘the chapter explains straightforwardly the neurobiology of chronic pain’
    • ‘Looked at straightforwardly, pensions are relatively simple.’
    • ‘The host looks quite professional in presenting her program and explains each step straightforwardly.’
    • ‘The book is straightforwardly organized into three parts.’
    • ‘The prickly complex of historiographical issues is actually sorted out and straightforwardly addressed.’
    • ‘This method is flexible, has broad applicability, and may be straightforwardly adapted for parallel computing.’
    1. 1.1In an honest and frank manner.
      ‘she treated everyone openly and straightforwardly’
      ‘neither candidate has talked straightforwardly about this issue’
      • ‘Tell her straightforwardly that you like her or whatever.’
      • ‘At a banquet with her family, he bravely, passionately, and straightforwardly expressed his love for her.’
      • ‘The president responded straightforwardly to the question.’
      • ‘I will tell you straightforwardly, they're lying through their teeth.’
      • ‘Can I just say something to you straightforwardly?’

Pronunciation

straightforwardly

/ˌstreɪtˈfɔːwədli/