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direct

adjective
 
 
/dɪˈrekt, daɪˈrekt/
STRAIGHT B1 going straight from one place to another without turning or stopping
dosdoğru, dümdüz, aktarmasız
We went by the most direct route.Describing angles, lines and orientations
NOTHING BETWEEN B2 with no other person or thing involved or between
doğrudan, aracısz, dolaysız
There is a direct link between smoking and cancer.Continuous and permanentConnecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
CLEAR saying clearly and honestly what you think
doğrudan, ağzında gevelemeden, açık açık, açık sözlü olarak
a direct answer →  Opposite indirect Blunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot saying muchNot being friendly
Translations of “direct”
in Korean 직행의, 직접적인…
in Arabic مُباشَر…
in French direct, franc, absolu…
in Italian diretto, direttamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 直接的, 直通的,直達的…
in Russian прямой…
in Polish bezpośredni…
in Spanish directo, franco, sincero…
in Portuguese direto, diretamente…
in German direkt, unmittelbar, gerade…
in Catalan directe…
in Japanese 直行の, 直接の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直接的, 直通的,直达的…
(Definition of direct adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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