- To manage, control, steer.
- To aim at.
- They directed their fire towards the men on the wall.
- He directed his question to the room in general.
Etymology: From directus, past participle of dirigere "straighten, direct", from di- + regere "make straight, rule".
- Straight, constant, without interruption.
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