- adv.完全地; 彻底地; 坦率地，不客气地; 即刻，马上
- adj.完全的，彻底的; 直率的; 明白的; 总共的
Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure.
You should persuade her to marry you outright.
How could they do that except by outright confiscations and taxes even higher than Chiang's?
他们若不赤裸裸地搜刮民财,不进行比蒋介石还厉害的横征暴敛,能维持下去 吗 ?
Ahab at first tried buy the vineyard outright , willing to offer a fabulous price far it.
I told him outright what I thought of his behaviour.
If you have a complaint you should tell me outright.
While European regulators didn't outright quash that deal, they outlined harsh conditions required to gain approval.
In theory, outright sale of wealth management would have made more sense.
The Convention of Peking in 1860 , which ended the hostilities, provided for its outright cession.
一八六零年, 战争结束, 订立《北京条约》,九龙半岛正式割让予英国.
Three people were killed outright in the accident.
OK. I can give you half a dollar outright.
He's got 10 units going back to the bank and 8 units that he owns outright.
They are generally treated with disdain by other races, if not outright hostility.
That means share sales are structurally higher than outright purchases.
To win Guangdong, Citigroup initially bid for outright control at the request of the local authorities.
The Portugal international seemed to revel in the idea that Juventus couldn't sell him outright.
The Club moved to the current site and bought the land outright in 1925.
She was the outright winner.
Sharon laughed outright.
I determined that I would ask him outright.
I told him to get lost and leave me alone and his tone quickly changed from obsequiousness to outright anger.
The peace plan wasn't rejected outright.
The resolution stopped short of an outright declaration of independence.
She had failed to win an outright victory.
The response of the audience varied from outright rejection to warm hospitality.
Instead of an outright coup attempt, the rebels want to chip away at her authority.
My driver was killed outright.
Kawaguchi finally resorted to an outright lie.
and in a divided and unequal society the two ideals can clash outright.
2019年12月六级真题（第三套）阅读 Section C收起真题例句
1. without reservation or exception
1. without restrictions or stipulations or further payments;
2. without reservation or concealment;
"she asked him outright for a divorce"
3. without any delay;
"he was killed outright"