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Translation of "direct" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

direct

verb (CONTROL) 管理    
[T] to control or be in charge of an activity, organization, etc. 管理,領導,指揮 There was a police officer directing the traffic. She directs a large charity. 她主管一家大型慈善機構。 Managing and organizing
[I or T] to be in charge of a film or play and tell the actors how to play their parts 導演(電影或戲劇);執導 He wanted to give up acting and start directing (his own films). 他想放棄表演轉而開始幹導演(導演自己的電影)。 'Jaws' was directed by Steven Spielberg. 《大白鯊》是史提芬‧史匹堡導演的。 →  Compare produce verb Production, direction and recording
(Definition of direct verb (CONTROL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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