Meaning of DIRECTLY in English

DIRECTLY

adv. 1 straight, in a beeline, unswervingly, undeviatingly, as the crow flies This road should take me directly to the beach 2 immediately, at once, straight away, right away, quickly, promptly, without delay, speedily, instantly, Colloq US and Canadian momentarily She called and I went directly 3 soon, later (on), anon, presently, in a (little) while, shortly The doctor will be here directly 4 exactly, precisely, just; completely, entirely My garage is directly opposite The cricket pitch is directly at the centre of the park.

conj. 5 as soon as, when The police arrested him directly he entered the building

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.