1 above board, candid, direct, forthright, genuine, guileless, honest, open, sincere, truthful, upfront (informal)
2 clear-cut, easy, easy-peasy (slang) elementary, routine, simple, uncomplicated, undemanding
complex, complicated, confused, convoluted, devious, disingenuous, roundabout, shady, sharp, unclear, unscrupulous
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1 adj If you describe something as straightforward, you approve of it because it is easy to do or understand.
oft ADJ to-inf (approval)
Disposable nappies are fairly straightforward to put on..., The question seemed straightforward enough.
2 adj If you describe a person or their behaviour as straightforward, you approve of them because they are honest and direct, and do not try to hide their feelings., (approval)
She is very blunt, very straightforward and very honest...
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