Similar words: direct, directly, director, direction, in all directions, direct investment, expected, selected. Meaning: [dɪ'rekt] adj. 1. (often used in combination) having a specified direction 2. manageable by a supervising agent.
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(1) Tax cuts have been directed primarily at the better-off.
(2) The policeman directed me to the shopping centre.
(3) Signs directed traffic to a detour.
(4) NATO directed the attacks against the bridge.
(5) The brunt of her argument was directed at the trade union leader.
(6) He's directed so many films that you might expect a few duff ones.
(7) The general manager directed the company through a difficult time.
(8) I directed my question to the chairman.
(9) He directed his remarks to the secretary.
(10) We directed our steps towards home.
(11) She directed the question at no one in particular.
(12) Costner produced and directed the film.
(13) I directed the extinguisher at the fire without effect.
(14) The play was directed by Frank Hauser.
(15) Most of his anger was directed against himself.
(16) 'Jaws' was directed by Steven Spielberg.
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(18) He directed his efforts to improving living conditions.
(19) Was that remark directed at/towards me?
(20) They directed all the guns against the fort.
(21) His remark was directed at you.
(22) The choir was directed by Sir David Willcocks.
(23) Their ire was directed mainly at the government.
(24) The letter is directed to him.
(25) I directed the traveller to the hotel.
(26) The abuse was directed at the TV crews.
(27) Through traffic is directed around the bypass.
(28) He directed his remarks to the speaker.
(29) The Bishop directed the faithful to stay at home.
(30) Much of the outrage was directed at foreign nationals.
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