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straight ahead

This page is about the collocation straight ahead

collocation pattern: adverb + adverb

Meaning

directly in front

For example

  • When you get to the next intersection, go straight ahead.

  • Don't look sideways. Look straight ahead and keep on walking.

Note:
A similar collocation is "straight on"

Quick Quiz

If you drove "straight ahead", it means you

a. didn't turn

b. didn't stop

c. didn't slow down

Contributor: Matt Errey