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Definición de “direct” en inglés

direct

adjective (STRAIGHT)    /daɪˈrekt/ /dɪ-/
B1 going in a straight line towards somewhere or someone without stopping or changing direction: a direct route/line Is there a direct train to Edinburgh?Describing angles, lines and orientations B2 without anyone or anything else being involved or between: She decided to take direct control of the project. He denied that he had any direct involvement in the deal. Have you any direct experience of this kind of work? He left as a direct result/consequence of what she said. There is a direct link/connection between smoking and lung cancer.Closeness in distance and timeAbout to happen direct light/heat strong light or heat that has nothing protecting and separating you from it: This plant should be kept out of direct sunlight.Physically strong and powerful direct relation/relative/descendant a relation who is related to you through one of your parents, not through an aunt or uncle, etc.: Diana is a direct descendant of Robert Peel.Family relations in general directness     /-nəs/ noun [U]
(Definition of direct adjective (STRAIGHT) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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