Direct - definition, pronunciation, transcription
direct your anger towards others, not towards yourself
- be in charge of
- take somebody somewhere (syn: conduct, guide, lead, take)
- cause to go somewhere (syn: send)
- lead, as in the performance of a composition (syn: conduct, lead)
- give directions to; point somebody into a certain direction
- direct the course; determine the direction of travelling (syn: guide, head, maneuver, manoeuvre, point, steer)
- put an address on (an envelope) (syn: address)
- plan and direct (a complex undertaking) (syn: engineer, mastermind, orchestrate, organize)
in direct contact with the voters
direct exposure to the disease
a direct link
the direct cause of the accident
went direct to the office
Be sure that the water nozzle is directed downward.
The sloping ground helps direct water away from the home.
Let me direct your attention to the book's second chapter.
We were asked to direct our thoughts and prayers to the people who survived the disaster.
The students directed their efforts toward improving their community.
A lot of the criticism has been directed toward the concert's organizers.
He is responsible for directing the activities of the sales team.
In my current position, I direct a staff of over 200 employees.
We need someone to direct traffic.
I found a more direct route to the city.
That way is more direct.
Keep these plants out of direct sunlight.
The coastline was exposed to the direct force of the hurricane.
The weather had a direct effect on our plans.
There's a direct connection between the two events.
present participle: directing
past tense: directed
past participle: directed
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