directly

Closely vs Directly - What's the difference?

closely | directly |


As adverbs the difference between closely and directly

is that closely is in a close manner while directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly is

as soon as.

Strangely vs Directly - What's the difference?

strangely | directly |


As adverbs the difference between strangely and directly

is that strangely is in a strange or coincidental manner while directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly is

as soon as.

Strictly vs Directly - What's the difference?

strictly | directly |


As adverbs the difference between strictly and directly

is that strictly is in a strict manner while directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly is

as soon as.

Strickly vs Directly - What's the difference?

strickly | directly |


As adverbs the difference between strickly and directly

is that strickly is strictly while directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly is

as soon as.

Directly vs Remotely - What's the difference?

directly | remotely |


As adverbs the difference between directly and remotely

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while remotely is at a distance, far away.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

Directly vs Presently - What's the difference?

directly | presently | Related terms |

Directly is a related term of presently.


As adverbs the difference between directly and presently

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while presently is .

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

Directly vs Unambiguously - What's the difference?

directly | unambiguously | Related terms |

Directly is a related term of unambiguously.


As adverbs the difference between directly and unambiguously

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while unambiguously is in a manner that is not ambiguous; leaving no doubt; clearly; certainly.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

Directly vs Right - What's the difference?

directly | right |


As adverbs the difference between directly and right

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while right is on the right side or right can be exactly, precisely.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As an adjective right is

(archaic) straight, not bent.

As an interjection right is

yes, that is correct; i agree.

As a noun right is

that which complies with justice, law or reason.

As a verb right is

to correct.

Directly vs At_once - What's the difference?

directly | at_once | Related terms |

Directly is a related term of at_once.


As adverbs the difference between directly and at_once

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while at_once is (obsolete) in one group; together.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

Directly vs Specifically - What's the difference?

directly | specifically |


As adverbs the difference between directly and specifically

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while specifically is in a specific manner, applying to or naming a particular thing or things, expressly, explicitly.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

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