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Direct �adj. 1 extending or moving in a straight line or by the shortest route; not crooked or circuitous. 2 straightforward; frank. 3 with nothing or no-one in between; personal (direct line). 4 (of descent) lineal, not collateral. 5 complete, greatest possible (the direct opposite). �adv. 1 in a direct way or manner (dealt with them direct). 2 by the direct route (sent direct to london). �v. 1 control; govern or guide (duty directs me). 2 (foll. By to + infin., or that + clause) order (a person) to. 3 (foll. By to) a address (a letter etc.). B tell or show (a person) the way to (a place). 4 (foll. By at, to, towards) point, aim, or turn (a blow, attention, or remark). 5 (also absol.) Supervise the performing, staging, etc., of (a film, play, etc.).  directness n. [latin dirigo from rego rect- guide]Direct-grant school n. School funded by the government and not a local authority. مترجم فارسی به روسی Directive �n. Order from an authority. �adj. Serving to direct.D�butante n. (us debutante) (usu. Wealthy) young woman making her social d�but.Director n. 1 person who directs or controls, esp. A member of the board of a company. 2 person who directs a film, play, etc.  directorial adj. Directorship n.Decade n. 1 period of ten years. 2 series or group of ten. [greek: related to *deca-]Debut n. (brit. D�but) first public appearance (as a performer etc.). [french]Direct-grant school n. School funded by the government and not a local authority.D�butante n. (us debutante) (usu. Wealthy) young woman making her social d�but.Director n. 1 person who directs or controls, esp. A member of the board of a company. 2 person who directs a film, play, etc.  directorial adj. Directorship n.




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