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out·right

 (out′rīt′, -rīt′)
adv.
1. Without reservation or qualification; openly: finally responded outright to the question.
2. Completely and entirely; wholly: denied the charges outright.
3. At once; straightway: were killed outright in the crash.
4. Without additional payments owing, constraints, or stipulations: owns the property outright.
adj. (out′rīt′)
1. Presented without reservation; unqualified: an outright gift.
2.
a. Complete; total: outright victory.
b. Thoroughgoing; out-and-out: outright viciousness; an outright coward.
3. Made without constraints, stipulations, or additional payments owed: outright sale of the property.

out′right′ly adv.
out′right′ness n.

outright

adj (prenominal)
1. without qualifications or limitations: outright ownership.
2. complete; total: an outright lie.
3. straightforward; direct: an outright manner.
adv
4. without restrictions: buy outright.
5. without reservation or concealment: ask outright.
6. instantly: he was killed outright.
7. obsolete straight ahead or out

out•right

(adj. ˈaʊtˌraɪt; adv. ˈaʊtˈraɪt, -ˌraɪt)

adj.
1. complete; total.
2. downright; unqualified: an outright refusal.
3. involving no further payments due or other restrictions: an outright sale.
4. Archaic. directed straight out or on.
adv.
5. completely; entirely.
6. without restraint, reserve, or concealment; openly.
7. at once; instantly: to be killed outright.
8. without further payments due or other restrictions: to own the house outright.
[1250–1300]
out′right`ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.outright - without reservation or exception
unqualified - not limited or restricted; "an unqualified denial"
Adv.1.outright - without restrictions or stipulations or further payments; "buy outright"
2.outright - without reservation or concealment; "she asked him outright for a divorce"
3.outright - without any delay; "he was killed outright"

outright

outright

adjective
Translations
بِكُل صَراحَه، بِصِدْقفَوْراًمُؤَكَّد، لا شَك فيه، باتٌّ
direkteubestridt
hreinn og klárhreint útsamstundis
neabejotinas
atklātigodīgineapšaubāmsnekavējotiesnepārprotams

outright

[aʊtˈraɪt]
A. ADJ
1. (= complete) [failure] → completo, total; [winner, victory] → absoluto; [lie] → descarado; [owner] → absoluto (sin hipotecas); [refusal, rejection] → rotundo, absoluto
2. (= open, forthright) → franco; [rudeness, hostility] → abierto, franco; [contempt, scorn] → declarado; [compliment] → sin ambages
B. ADV
1. (= completely) [own] → en su totalidad; [win] → de manera absoluta; [refuse, reject] → rotundamente, de pleno
to buy sth outrightcomprar algo en su totalidad
to reject an offer outrightrechazar una oferta de pleno
they won the cup outrightganaron la copa indiscutiblemente
he was killed outrightmurió en el acto
2. (= openly, forthrightly) → abiertamente, francamente
why don't you tell her outright?¿por qué no se lo dices abiertamente or francamente?
to laugh outright at sthreírse abiertamente de algo

outright

[ˌaʊtˈraɪt]
adv
(= immediately) to be killed outright → être tué sur le coup
(= out of hand) [reject, refuse] → catégoriquement
(= explicitly) [ask, say] → carrément
(= wholly) to be owned outright [property] → appartenir en toute propriété à ses occupants
[ˈaʊtraɪt] adj
[victory, winner] → définitif/ive
[majority] → absolu(e)
[ban] → total(e)
[refusal, rejection] → catégorique
[lie] → pur(e) before n
[hostility] → déclaré(e)

outright

adv
(= entirely) rejectrundweg; ownvollständig; to buy something outrightetw komplett kaufen; (= not on HP)den ganzen Preis für etw sofort bezahlen; to win outrighteinen klaren Sieg davontragen
(= at once) killsofort, auf der Stelle, gleich; he was killed outrighter war sofort tot; he felled him outrighter streckte ihn mit einem einzigen Schlag zu Boden
(= openly)geradeheraus, unumwunden, ohne Umschweife
adj
(= complete) deception, lierein, glatt (inf); nonsense, ban, victorytotal, absolut; disaster, lossvöllig, vollkommen, total; refusal, denialtotal, absolut, glatt (inf); majorityabsolut; hostility, condemnationoffen, unverhohlen; supportuneingeschränkt; opponenteingefleischt; winnerklar; defeat, errorgründlich, ausgesprochen, absolut; independencevollkommen; that’s outright arrogance/impertinencedas ist die reine Arroganz/Unverschämtheit; that’s outright deception/selfishnessdas ist reiner or glatter (inf)Betrug/reiner Egoismus
(Comm: = full) outright sale/purchaseVerkauf m/Kauf mgegen sofortige Zahlung der Gesamtsumme; outright ownerVolleigentümer(in) m(f); outright ownershipVolleigentum nt
(= open) personoffen

outright

[adv ˌaʊtˈraɪt; adj ˈaʊtˌraɪt]
1. adv (kill) → sul colpo; (win) → nettamente; (own) → completamente; (buy) → tutto/a in una volta; (refuse, reject) → categoricamente
2. adj (winner, refusal) → netto/a; (liar, selfishness) → bell'e buono/a

outright

(autˈrait) adverb
1. honestly. I told him outright what I thought.
2. immediately. He was killed outright.
(ˈautrait) adjective
without any exception or doubt. He is the outright winner.

outright

a. sincero-a, franco-a, cabal;
adv. francamente, sinceramente.
References in classic literature ?
I thought so," I said with gravity, and eyes that didn't dare to smile outright till they had permission, which, however, was not long withheld them.
He beat her without cause and without mercy; and threatened to kill her outright if she even looked at me.
If the gods think to speak outright to man, they will honorably speak outright; not shake their heads, and give an old wives' darkling hint.
I have no hope now, and am a mere cipher in your eyes; wherefore, I tell you outright that wherever I go I see only you--all the rest is a matter of indifference.
My experience and observation have convinced me that persistent asking outright for money from the rich does not, as a rule, secure help.
He was not only useless as an officer and a bad influence amongst the men, but it was plain that at this rate he must soon kill himself outright, so nobody was much surprised, nor very sorry, when one dark night, with a head sea, he disappeared entirely and was seen no more.
Fraulein Anna, the Frau Professor's daughter, addressed herself to him frequently from a sense of duty, but the other said little: she looked at him now and then with sparkling eyes, and sometimes to his confusion laughed outright.
At that toast, the count took out his handkerchief and, covering his face, wept outright.
Mamma does all she can,' said she, 'to make me feel myself a burden and incumbrance to the family, and the most ungrateful, selfish, and undutiful daughter that ever was born; and Walter, too, is as stern and cold and haughty as if he hated me outright.
I thought she might faint outright, but she controlled herself.
Amy rebelled outright, and passionately declared that she had rather have the fever than go to Aunt March.
We laughed outright at the petted things; we did despise them