There are 3 translations of direct in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /dəˈrekt; daɪ-; daɪˈrekt; dɪ-/

adj

  • 1 1.1 [route/flight] directo; [contact] directo; [cause/consequence] directo there is no direct link between the two incidents los dos incidentes no están directamente relacionados do not expose to direct heat no exponer directamente al calor it has no direct bearing on the result no afecta directamente al resultado direct dialing o (British English/inglés británico) dialling [Telecommunications/Telecomunicaciones] servicio (m) automático, discado (m) directo or automático (Latin America/América Latina) , marcado (masculine) automático (Mexico/México) direct taxation impuestos (mpl) directos, tributación (f) directa direct elections to the European Parliament elecciones (feminine plural)directas al Parlamento Europeo
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    • Unfortunately, sharing a liability with some other African tourist destinations, there is no direct flight to Khartoum.
    • You can fly directly to Palma from both Glasgow and Edinburgh with Globespan until the end of this month, and direct flights are available throughout the year.
    • The minister for transport is using this occasion to invite Arab and other foreign airlines to resume direct flight to Iraq.
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    • Such a structural change in the initiation complex can result from direct contacts between the transcription factor and RNA polymerase.
    • An inquest in Southampton heard that the former ship's fitter died of a lung disease caused as a direct result of contact with asbestos.
    • A lot of the things that you'll see in Chill Factor were a direct result of my efforts.
    1.2 (in genealogy) [line/ancestor] directo he's a direct descendant of the duke desciende directamente del duque, desciende del duque por línea directa
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    • The research has shown a clear genetic relationship amongst Cohanim and their direct lineage from a common ancestor.
    • Although she gets reborn in a Caribbean setting, there is no direct lineage convincingly established for her.
    • Why should the genetic relatedness effect be stronger for direct lineages than it is for peripheral lineages?
    1.3 (exact) [equivalent/quotation] exacto he's the direct opposite of his brother es diametralmente opuesto a su hermano to score a direct hit dar* en el blanco
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    • Some findings of primary fact will be the result of direct evidence, whereas others will depend upon inference from direct evidence of such facts.
    • As Mrs. Holland has not suffered a cardiac arrest, this evidence has no direct bearing on the issues that were before the Board.
    • Some point to the fact there is no direct evidence that Hitler himself gave the order for the final solution.
    1.4 [Linguistics/Lingüística] (before noun/delante del nombre) [question/command] en estilo directo direct discourse o (British English/inglés británico) speech estilo (masculine) directo
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    • The AP story limited direct quotation from the Clinton book to only 180 words.
    • Fromkin uses footnotes to identify direct quotations rather than to support historical argument.
    • This ends our direct quotation from Fisher's thesis, and his description of his machine.
  • 2 (frank, straightforward) [person/manner] franco, directo; [question] directo he wouldn't give me a direct answer no quiso darme una respuesta clara or concreta
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    • He's somewhat direct and straightforward in his approach to business.
    • He is an immensely likeable, straightforward and direct person.
    • She always liked the way Miss Louise was always direct and straight.

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There are 3 translations of direct in Spanish:

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adv

  • 1 [write/phone] directamente; [go/travel] (British English/inglés británico) directo, directamente to dial direct [Telecommunications/Telecomunicaciones] marcar* or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) discar* directamente el número
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    • If you can't face all that fiddle, follow my example and buy direct from small Dorset company, Thursday Cottage.
    • Of course when you live in NZ there are some caveats with buying consumer electronics direct from Japan.
    • However tension between the two over the deal led to the company being sold to Enel direct.
  • 2 (straight) directamente he came direct from the station/his meeting vino directamente desde la estación/de la reunión direct from Paris [Radio] [Television/Televisión] en directo desde París
  • 3 (straightforwardly) (especially American English/especialmente inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar], directamente, sin rodeos give it to me direct dímelo directamente or sin rodeos

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vt

  • 1 1.1 (give directions to) indicarle* el camino a can you direct me to the station? ¿me podría indicar el camino a la estación?, ¿me podría decir cómo se va a la estación?
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    • Laurie pinpoints a location and directs Shawn to a scenic overlook.
    • A kindly security guard directs us on our way out.
    • I usually go down Haylands Way and Polhill Avenue, but it directs me via Kimbolton Road…
    1.2 (address) [letter/parcel] mandar, dirigir*
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    • Since I am the treasurer and the niece sends the dues checks to this address, she directed a certified letter here for the Empress.
    • Secondly, this letter was also not directed to the bar girls.
    • A letter directed to Senator Tom Daschle is thought to be the source of the anthrax, but authorities have not ruled out the possibility that other tainted letters are involved.
  • 2 (aim) 2.1 [remark/comment] dirigir* it was directed at us iba dirigido a nosotros 2.2 [energy/attention] dirigir*
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    • The government is committed to combating social exclusion, and its initial efforts have been directed towards establishing the Universal Bank and forcing normal banks to offer basic bank accounts.
    • And that's what everyone's efforts have been directed towards.
    • Your efforts are best directed towards the radio station, Clear Channel, and the advertisers.
    2.3 [steps/eyes/gaze] dirigir*
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    • With a fan at the base of the cabinet, warm air is directed at the dogs inside, gently drying them for 30 minutes after their wash.
    • A box fan held open the window, whirring loudly as it directed the warm air from outside inward.
    • You need to direct the warm air from the vents against the windows to compensate for this.
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    • I would like to direct my comments to two Supplementary Order Papers on the Table that relate to Part 1.
    • Remember to write as if you are facing the person you are directing your comments to.
    • Cllr Brian Stanley joined the debate, directing his comments to Cllr Lodge.
  • 3 [play/orchestra/inquiry/traffic] dirigir*
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    • The organizational literature depicts managers as controlling and directing operations.
    • Military planners rely on them to provide command-and-control centres from which operations can be directed.
    • Indeed it's trying to throw reporters off by saying the operation was planned and directed by Iraqi police.
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    • Along with his nephew, Kit, Kiran has written, produced and directed a short thriller film which has been shot in Hounslow and Richmond.
    • In addition to starring, the Academy Award-winning actor is also directing and producing the film - and doing his own singing.
    • Usually, this shift is accompanied by a great deal of giddy chatter about finally having control of a vision, particularly when an actor is directing his first film.
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    • The excellent Armonico Consort musicians and singers, directed by Christopher Monks, create a background to which the action unfolds.
    • The beautiful choir from St Aiden's N.S. was trained and directed by Vivienne Lee and the organist was her father George Lee.
    • Leading the ensemble will be Hugh Smith, senior lecturer in music, who has wide performing and music interest and also directs the St Martin's College Choir and Community Concert Band.
  • 4 (order) [formal] ordenar to direct sb to + infinitive/infinitivo ordenarle a algn que + subjunctive/subjuntivo take as directed [Pharmacology/Farmacología] tómese según prescripción facultativa or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) según indicación médica
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    • The men are seeking a court order directing the government to uphold their constitutional rights.
    • There were two orders directing them to supply expert reports in support of their claims.
    • Five years later, in 1993, the High Court favoured the petition and directed the Government to implement the rule of law.

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