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straight away

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstraight awaystraight away (also straight off) British English spokenIMMEDIATELY immediately or without delay I phoned my mum straight away. straight
Examples from the Corpus
straight awayBut Bokassa's family want to open the palace straight away.He didn't answer straight away.Loosen the pudding and turn it out to serve straight away.Please send your gift straight away.Unfortunately I couldn't get out here straight away.Unmould on to a hot plate and serve straight away.Windeler came in straight away, Hennessy a moment after.We can also cancel this policy straight away if you do not pay the premium or any instalment of the premium.
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