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redirectverb [T]

uk   /ˌriː.daɪˈrekt/ /ˌriː.dɪˈrekt/  us   /ˌriː.daɪˈrekt/  /ˌriː.dɪˈrekt/
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redirectverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌriːdɪˈrekt/
to use money, assets, etc. for a different purpose from the one they were originally intended for: redirect sth (from sth) to sth Cost savings have allowed companies to redirect resources to other projects.redirect money/resources/funds Some of the money driving the internet advertising boom has been redirected from television marketing budgets.redirect sth into/toward(s) sth Most of the subsidies are redirected to environmental schemes. Prices have been slashed by 15%, with advertising revenues redirected towards younger, more upmarket buyers.
COMMUNICATIONS to send mail to someone's new address: We asked the Post Office to redirect all our mail.
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COMMUNICATIONS if someone redirects a telephone call, the call automatically goes through to a second number, rather than the one originally called: redirect sth to sth More than 15,000 students signed up to a scheme to have all their calls redirected to a personal number.
(Definition of redirect from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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