Synonyms of directly in English:

directly


See definition of directly

adverb

1‘the hijacker ordered the crew to fly directly to New York’

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straight, right, in a straight line, as the crow flies, by a direct route, without deviation, in a beeline, by the shortest route

2‘she'll be down here directly’

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immediately, at once, instantly, right away, straight away, now, instantaneously, post-haste, without delay, without hesitation, forthwith
quickly, speedily, promptly
soon, as soon as possible, ASAP, shortly, in a little while, in a second, in a moment, in a trice, in a flash, in no time, in less than no time, in no time at all, before you know it
informal pronto, double quick, p.d.q., pretty damn quick, before you can say Jack Robinson, in a bit, in a jiffy, in two shakes, in two shakes of a lamb's tail
British informal in a tick, in two ticks, in a mo
archaic, informal anon

3‘he'd never spoken directly to his lordship’

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face to face, personally, in person, without an intermediary, at first hand, head on, direct, man to man
tête-à-tête

4‘they sat down directly opposite him’

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exactly, immediately, precisely, right, squarely, just, dead
diametrically
informal bang

5‘we didn't talk directly about sex’

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frankly, bluntly, straightforwardly, openly, candidly, outspokenly, forthrightly, without beating around the bush, point-blank, matter-of-factly, without prevarication
explicitly, clearly, plainly, unequivocally, unambiguously, categorically
sincerely, truthfully
ANTONYMS

equivocally, euphemistically


conjunction

1‘directly he had finished praying he looked up’

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as soon as, the moment, the instant, the second, once, when, immediately after