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straighten
'streɪtən
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Put (things or places) in order.
  2. Make straight or straighter.
  3. Make straight.
  4. Straighten by unrolling.
  5. Get up from a sitting or slouching position.
  6. Straighten up or out; make straight.
Hyphenationstraight•en
Part of Speech(动) verb
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弄直nòngzhíto straighten
正确zhèngquècorrect; proper
整顿zhěngdùnto tidy up; to reorganize; to consolidate; to rectify
清理qīnglǐto clear up; to tidy up; to dispose of
改正gǎizhèngto correct; to amend; to put right; correction
好转hǎozhuǎnto improve; to take a turn for the better; improvement
掰直bāizhíto straighten; (slang) to turn a gay person straight
放直fàngzhístraighten
hàngto straighten; to stretch out
zhístraight; to straighten; fair and reasonable; frank; straightforward; (indicates continuing motion or action); vertical; vertical downward stroke in Chinese characters; (Chinese surname); Zhi (c. 2000 BC), fifth of the legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝 descended from Shennong 神农 Farmer God
矫正jiǎozhèngto correct; to rectify (e.g. a physical defect such as hearing or vision); to cure; rectification; correction; to straighten
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