English (U.K.) for "right away". Immediately.
I'll leave for work straight away.
by doclagoa March 21, 2006
adverb

1. act upon an impulse

2. to do something without question, regardless of it's consequences

3. how everything should be done for John Petrucci
"I didn't even need to ask twice... He just handwired them straightaway."
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"Hey Tony, did you win your flag football game??"

"Yeah, Quince, I just walked on the field and we won straightaway, I didn't even have to sprint twice."
by BoeVice May 19, 2009

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