go straight

go straight(
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streyt
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to continue in a straight line)
a. seguir derecho
If you keep going straight, you'll come to the bus station.Si sigue derecho llegará a la estación de autobuses.
b. seguir recto
Let's go straight and hope we soon come to a road.Sigamos recto y esperemos que pronto lleguemos a una carretera.
2. (to go directly)
a. ir directamente
I told him to go straight to school.Le dije que vaya directamente al colegio.
3. (to stop being a criminal)
a. ir por el camino recto
Since he came out of prison, his wife has convinced him to go straight.Desde que salió de la cárcel, su esposa lo ha convencido para que vaya por el camino recto
b. enmendarse
He found it impossible to go straight and was soon back in prison.Le resultó imposible enmendarse y pronto volvió a la cárcel.
c. llevar una vida honrada
Give him an opportunity to go straight before you start criticizing.Dale una oportunidad de llevar una vida honrada antes de empezar a criticarlo.
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