straight onward, without turn or curve, as a racecourse.
a straightaway course or part.
immediately; right away.
the US word for
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Straightaway, photos of her nightlife dominated my news feed.
For truly high speed rail, you need a long straightaway with few curves or inclines.
There was a longer straightaway for gaining speed, and a clearer path to the big drop.
As they pull into the straightaway, the protons will slam into a series of graphite shafts as thin as pencil leads.
For financial markets to take comfort, much of this money would need to be available straightaway.
Run the curve as if it were the straightaway, her coach told her, and the straightaway will take care of itself.
Did a half-spin coming out of turn two and struck the inside wall at the start of the back straightaway with the rear of the car.
That's almost a right-angle corner after the straightaway.
Rev up your engine, and take on the challenge of wicked curves and straightaway stretches as big as all outdoors.