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  1. direct

    • IPA[dɪˈrɛkt]

    英式

    • adj.
      extending or moving from one place to another without changing direction or stopping;(of apparent planetary motion) proceeding from west to east in accord with actual motion.
    • adv.
      with no one or nothing in between;by a straight route or without breaking a journey
    • v.
      control the operations of; manage or govern;supervise and control (a film, play, or other production, or the actors in it)
    • verb: direct, 3rd person present: directs, gerund or present participle: directing, past tense: directed, past participle: directed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. extending or moving from one place to another without changing direction or stopping:

      there was no direct flight that day

    • 2. (of apparent planetary motion) proceeding from west to east in accord with actual motion.
    • 3. without intervening factors or intermediaries:

      the complications are a direct result of bacteria spreading

      I had no direct contact with Mr Clark

    • 4. (of light or heat) proceeding from a source without being reflected or blocked:

      ferns like a bright position out of direct sunlight

    • 5. (of genealogy) proceeding in continuous succession from parent to child:

      a direct descendant of Edward III

    • 6. (of a quotation) taken from someone's words without being changed.
    • 7. (of taxation) levied on income or profits rather than on goods or services.
    • 8. complete (used for emphasis):

      attitudes which were in direct contrast to the confrontational perspectives of the past

    • 9. (of a person or their behaviour) going straight to the point; frank:

      he is very direct and honest

    • 10. (of evidence or proof) bearing immediately and unambiguously upon the facts at issue:

      there is no direct evidence that officials accepted bribes

    • 11. perpendicular to a surface; not oblique:

      a direct butt joint between surfaces of steel

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. with no one or nothing in between:

      they seem reluctant to deal with me direct

    • 2. by a straight route or without breaking a journey:

      Austrian Airlines are flying direct to Innsbruck again

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. control the operations of; manage or govern:

      an economic elite directed the nation's affairs

    • 2. supervise and control (a film, play, or other production, or the actors in it):

      the film is directed by Sir Richard Attenborough

    • 3. train and conduct (a group of musicians).
    • 4. aim (something) in a particular direction or at a particular person:

      heating ducts to direct warm air to rear-seat passengers

      his smile was directed at Lois

    • 5. tell or show (someone) how to get somewhere:

      can you direct me to the railway station, please?

    • 6. address or give instructions for the delivery of (a letter or parcel):

      put them all in one packet, and direct them to me

    • 7. focus (one's thoughts) on or address (one's efforts) towards something.
    • 8. address a comment to or aim a criticism at:

      his criticism was directed at the wastage of ammunition

      I suggest that he direct his remarks to the council

    • 9. target a product or advertisement specifically at (someone):

      the book is directed at the younger reader

    • 10. guide or advise in a course or decision:

      the conscience of the credulous prince was directed by saints and bishops

    • 11. give (someone) an official order or authoritative instruction:

      the judge directed him to perform community service

      he directed that no picture from his collection could be sold

    • n. labor involved in production rather than administration, maintenance, and other support services.

    • an economic elite directed the nation's affairs

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    • n. labour involved in production rather than administration, maintenance, and other support services.

    • an economic elite directed the nation's affairs

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    • n. a system of government in which a province is controlled by a central government.

    • an economic elite directed the nation's affairs

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    • v. oversee or work on (a film, publication, or other media production) as an art director:

    • he art-directed Nova magazine in the 1960s

      she continues to design and art-direct for the Hollywood film industry

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    • n. the facility of making a telephone call without connection by the operator:

    • a direct dialling telephone system

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    • adj. allowing a telephone call to be made without connection by an operator:

    • all rooms have direct-dial telephones

      a direct-dial number for queries

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    • adj. denoting or relating to mechanical parts driven directly by a motor, without a belt or other device to transmit power.

    • all rooms have direct-dial telephones

      a direct-dial number for queries

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    • n. the facility of retrieving data immediately from any part of a computer file, without having to read the file from the beginning.

    • all rooms have direct-dial telephones

      a direct-dial number for queries

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    • IPA[dəˈrekt]

    美式

    • adj.
      extending or moving from one place to another by the shortest way without changing direction or stopping:
    • there was no direct flight that day
    • adv.
      with no one or nothing in between:
    • buy direct and save
    • v.
      control the operations of; manage or govern:
    • an economic elite directed the nation's affairs

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