Word: direct

Category: direct

Internet & Telecom, Shopping, Finance

Related words: direct

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Synonyms: direct

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: direct

spanish
encaminar, directo, conducir, guiar, derecho, ...


german
steuern, buchstäblich, leiten, wörtlich, anweisen, ...

french
candide, immédiat, ingénu, diriger, crûment, ...

italian
comandare, indirizzare, schietto, direttamente, franco, ...

portuguese
gerir, guiar, dirigir, directamente, governar, ...

dutch
geleiden, dirigeren, direct, onmiddellijk, rechtop, ...

russian
ориентировать, открытый, направить, уводить, адресовать, ...

norwegian
direkte, rett, umiddelbar, dirigere, styre

swedish
rakt, föra, hänvisa, förvalta, direkt

finnish
ohjata, määrätä, suunnata, käskeä, suora, ...

danish
lede, direkte, lige, føre

czech
adresovat, nasměrovat, dirigovat, zacílit, namířit, ...

polish
bezpośredni, przykazywać, prowadzić, reżyserować, szczery, ...

turkish
dolaysız, yöneltmek, araçsız

greek
σκηνοθετώ, καθοδηγώ

ukrainian
спрямовувати, прямий, пряма, керувати, направляти

albanian
drejtoj, drejtë

estonian
otse, otsene

croatian
narediti, izravno, direktno, naređivati, direktan

icelandic
beinn, beina

latin
directus, rego, moderor

lithuanian
tiesiogiai, tiesus, vesti, skatinti, tiesioginis, ...

latvian
dzīvot, taisni, vadīt, aizvest, tiešs, ...

romanian
direct, ghida

slovenian
neposreden

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The meaning and "use of": direct

adjective
  • extending or moving from one place to another by the shortest way without changing direction or stopping.
  • without intervening factors or intermediaries.
  • (of a person or their behavior) going straight to the point; frank.
  • perpendicular to a surface; not oblique.

adverb
  • with no one or nothing in between.

verb
  • control the operations of; manage or govern.
  • aim (something) in a particular direction or at a particular person.
  • give (someone) an official order or authoritative instruction.

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