directly

Straight vs Directly - What's the difference?

straight | directly |


As adverbs the difference between straight and directly

is that straight is of a direction relative to the subject, precisely; as if following a direct line while directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a adjective straight

is not crooked or bent; having a constant direction throughout its length.

As a noun straight

is something that is not crooked or bent.

As a verb straight

is to straighten.

As a conjunction directly is

as soon as.

Directly vs Collide - What's the difference?

directly | collide |


As a adverb directly

is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a verb collide is

to impact directly, especially if violent.

Directly vs Plumb - What's the difference?

directly | plumb |


In context|dated|lang=en terms the difference between directly and plumb

is that directly is (dated) immediately while plumb is (dated) to seal something with lead.

As adverbs the difference between directly and plumb

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while plumb is in a vertical direction; perpendicularly.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a adjective plumb is

truly vertical.

As a noun plumb is

a little mass of lead, or the like, attached to a line, and used by builders, etc, to indicate a vertical direction.

As a verb plumb is

to determine the depth, generally of a liquid; to sound.

Directly vs Boiler - What's the difference?

directly | boiler |


As a adverb directly

is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a noun boiler is

an apparatus that generates heat (usually by burning fuel) and uses it to heat circulating water (or sometimes another liquid) in a closed system that is then used for space heating, swimming pool heating, or domestic hot water or industrial processes or boiler can be (rare|informal) boilerplate.

Directly vs Sessile - What's the difference?

directly | sessile |


As a adverb directly

is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a adjective sessile is

(zoology) permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about; “an attached oyster”.

Directly vs Opposite - What's the difference?

directly | opposite |


As adverbs the difference between directly and opposite

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while opposite is in an opposite position.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a adjective opposite is

located directly across from something else, or from each other.

As a noun opposite is

something opposite or contrary to another.

As a preposition opposite is

facing, or across from.

Directly vs Direct - What's the difference?

directly | direct |

Directly is a related term of direct.


As adverbs the difference between directly and direct

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

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a adjective direct is

straight, constant, without interruption.

As a verb direct is

to manage, control, steer.

What is the difference between directly and retail?

directly | retail |


As adverbs the difference between directly and retail

is that directly is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course while retail is direct to consumers, in retail quantities, or at retail prices.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a noun retail is

the sale of goods directly to the consumer; encompassing the storefronts, mail-order, websites, etc, and the corporate mechanisms, branding, advertising, etc that support them, which are involved in the business of selling and point-of-sale marketing retail goods to the public.

As a adjective retail is

of, or relating to the (actual or figurative) sale of goods or services directly to individuals.

As a verb retail is

to sell at retail, or in small quantities directly to customers.

What is the difference between directly and epilogue?

directly | epilogue |


As a adverb directly

is in a direct manner; in a straight line or course.

As a conjunction directly

is as soon as.

As a noun epilogue is

a short speech, spoken directly at the audience at the end of a play.

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