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Detailed Translations for direct from English to Spanish

direct:

Conjugations for direct:

present
  1. direct
  2. direct
  3. directs
  4. direct
  5. direct
  6. direct
simple past
  1. directed
  2. directed
  3. directed
  4. directed
  5. directed
  6. directed
present perfect
  1. have directed
  2. have directed
  3. has directed
  4. have directed
  5. have directed
  6. have directed
past continuous
  1. was directing
  2. were directing
  3. was directing
  4. were directing
  5. were directing
  6. were directing
future
  1. shall direct
  2. will direct
  3. will direct
  4. shall direct
  5. will direct
  6. will direct
continuous present
  1. am directing
  2. are directing
  3. is directing
  4. are directing
  5. are directing
  6. are directing
subjunctive
  1. be directed
  2. be directed
  3. be directed
  4. be directed
  5. be directed
  6. be directed
diverse
  1. direct!
  2. let's direct!
  3. directed
  4. directing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for direct:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arrojar casting; throwing
conducir drive
dirigir directing; leading
echar throwing out
fijar fastening; fixing; securing
guiar drifting; floating
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acompañar direct; guide; lead; point the direction accompany; add; add to; add to mixture; append; besiege; besieged; besieges; blend with; bring; bring along; carry; chaperon; come along with; come with; conduct; cover; cruise in; deliver; deliver to the door; drive in; encapsulate; enclose; escort; evnvelope; hand over; join; lead about; leave; ride with; show around; surround; walk along; wrap up
arrojar direct; guide; lead; point the direction cast; cast off; cast out; chuck down; deposit; drop; falter; fling; fling down; flop; heave; hurl; pitch; placing; puke; regurgigate; roll; spew; spew out; stagger; swap; sway; switch; swop; throw; throw away; throw down; throw off; throw on the ground; throw out; throw up; vomit; wave; wobble
barrer direct; guide; lead; point the direction blot out; brush away; brush clean; delete; eliminate; erase; rub out; sweep; sweep along; sweep away; sweep up; wipe; wipe away; wipe out
conducir direct; guide; lead; point the direction be at the wheel; be in command of; carry; command; drive; drive horses; operate; order; preside; ride; steer; take the lead; transport
convoyar direct; guide; lead; point the direction lead about; show around
decretar bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order be in command of; call; charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; give notice of; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; rule; take the lead
dictar bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order charge; dictate; express; express oneself; give expression to; impersonate; ordain; order; reveal oneself; speak; talk; utter; ventilate
dirigir address; command; conduct; direct; lead; preside; refer to address; adjust; arrange; be at the wheel; be in command of; command; conform to; drive; join; order; preside; put on an address; steer; take the lead
dirigir una orquesta conduct; direct
echar direct; guide; lead; point the direction add; allow; ban; banish; cast; discard; discharge; disgorge; dismiss; dispel; donate; drain; drive away; drive off; drive out; drop; empty; exile; exorcise; exorcize; expel; fire; fling; give; heave; hurl; lay off; move house; ostracise; ostracize; pour; pour in; pour some more; release; remove; repel; sack; send; sprinkle; throw; throw away; throw out
encabezar command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead
escoltar direct; guide; lead; point the direction lead about; show around
estar en cabeza command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead
estipular bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order determine; establish; identify; legally bind; sign up; stipulate
fijar bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order adhere; affix; allocate; attach; attach to; catch; cling; confirm; connect; determine; establish; fasten; fix; glue; gum; identify; mend; paste; pin; repair; restore; secure; seize; snatch; sneak up on; stick; take unaware; tattle; tie up; twig
gobernar command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead
guiar command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; drive; drive horses; lead about; order; pilot through; preside; show around; take the lead
hacer referencia address; direct; refer to draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal
hacer referencia a direct; refer to
ir a la cabeza command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; go before; order; precede; preside; take the lead
ir delante command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; be way ahead; command; drive at the front; drive in front; drive onward; go before; order; precede; preside; ride at the front; take the lead
mandar bid; command; dictate; direct; instruct; lead; order; preside aggravate; assign to; be in command of; bring; burden; capitulate; charge; command; commission; contribute; decree; dedicate; deliver; deliver to the door; devote; dictate; discharge; dismiss; dominate; drop; enter; exert power; fire; force; forward; give an order; give up; hand oneself in; hand oneself over to; hand over; have the upper hand; instruct; lay off; leave; mail; majorate; ordain; order; predominate; preside; prevail; release; remit; rule; sack; send; send in; send to; ship; supply; take the lead
ordenar bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order aggravate; arrange; assign to; assort; be in command of; burden; call; card-index; charge; class; classify; clean; clear away; coerce; command; commission; compel; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; do odd jobs; do out; entomb; exert power; force; get settled; give an order; give notice of; group; instruct; inter; oblige; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; put away; put in order; put out; put right; range; rank; redevelop; remove; renovate; restore; rule; select; settle; shunt; sift; sort; sort out; systematise; systematize; take off; take the lead; tidy up
referir a direct; refer to
- address; aim; calculate; conduct; engineer; guide; lead; mastermind; orchestrate; organise; organize; place; point; send; take; take aim; target; train
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- lineal; unmediated; verbatim
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- directly; straight
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- guide
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
de inmediato direct; straight as; as much; at once; at the same time; concurrently; directly; ditto; equally; immediate; immediately; in a moment; in the same way as; instantly; just as; likewise; now; on the spot; promptly; right away; right now; simultaneously; straight away; straightaway; the same; then and there
directo direct; straight at once; businesslike; clear; cool; directly; fair; honest; immediate; immediately; instantly; now; perpendicular; promptly; right away; right now; straight; straight away
en breve direct; straight adroit; agile; before long; brisk; clever; dexterous; expert; fast; fledged; handy; in a little while; in a word; in brief; in short; in the near future; just; later; neat; next; nimble; quick; rapid; shortly; simply; skilful; skillful; soon; speedy; swift
en clase class; direct; frontal
en el acto direct; straight at once; at the same time; concurrently; directly; immediate; immediately; instantly; now; on the spot; promptly; right away; right now; simultaneously; straight away; then and there
en seguida direct; straight at once; at the same time; concurrently; directly; hastily; immediate; immediately; in a little while; in a moment; instantly; later; next; now; prompt; promptly; quick; quickly; rapid; right away; right now; simultaneously; soon; speedily; speedy; straight away; straightaway; swift; without delay
enseguida direct; straight afterwards; at once; before long; directly; immediate; immediately; in a moment; instantly; later; later on; now; promptly; right away; right now; shortly; soon; straight away; straightaway
francamente direct; frontal; honest; straight absolute; blatant; blunt; bluntly; clean; crude; downright; explicit; fair; frank; freely; honest; mean; open; openly; outspoken; overt; pedestrian; plain; pure; quite common; readily; sheer; sincere; square; straight; straightforward; vile
inmediatamente direct; straight at once; at the same time; before long; concurrently; directly; first thing; forthwith; immediate; immediately; in a moment; instantly; now; presently; prompt; promptly; quick; rapid; right away; right now; shortly; simultaneously; soon; speedy; straight away; straightaway; swift; without delay
inmediato direct; straight at once; immediate; immediately; in a moment; instantly; prompt; promptly; quick; rapid; right away; soon; speedy; straight away; straightaway; swift; without delay
instantáneamente direct; straight at once; at the same time; concurrently; directly; immediate; immediately; in a moment; instantly; now; promptly; right away; right now; simultaneously; straight away; straightaway
pronto direct; straight abrupt; accomplished; achieved; adept; adroit; agile; all at once; all of a sudden; at once; before long; blunt; brisk; brusque; clear; clever; completed; concluded; dexterous; early; evident; expert; fast; finished; fledged; handy; hastily; in a little while; later; neat; next; nimble; out; out of the blue; over; prepared; promptly; quick; quickly; rapid; readily; ready; ready for use; shortly; skilful; skillful; soon; speedily; speedy; sudden; suddenly; swift; timely; unexpectedly; very soon
rápidamente direct; straight adept; adroit; agile; at once; before long; brisk; clever; dexterous; expert; fashionable; fast; first thing; fledged; forthwith; handy; hastily; immediate; immediately; instantly; neat; nimble; presently; pressing; promptly; quick; quickly; rapid; readily; right away; shortly; skilful; skillful; snappy; snazzy; soon; speedily; speedy; straight away; stringent; stylish; swift; trendy; urgent

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Related Definitions for "direct":

  1. lacking compromising or mitigating elements; exact1
    • the direct opposite1
  2. direct in spatial dimensions; proceeding without deviation or interruption; straight and short1
    • a direct route1
    • a direct flight1
    • a direct hit1
  3. (of a current) flowing in one direction only1
    • direct current1
  4. straightforward in means or manner or behavior or language or action1
    • a direct question1
    • a direct response1
    • a direct approach1
  5. similar in nature or effect or relation to another quantity1
    • a term is in direct proportion to another term if it increases (or decreases) as the other increases (or decreases)1
  6. moving from west to east on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in the same direction as the Earth1
  7. having no intervening persons, agents, conditions1
    • in direct sunlight1
    • in direct contact with the voters1
    • direct exposure to the disease1
    • a direct link1
    • the direct cause of the accident1
    • direct vote1
  8. in precisely the same words used by a writer or speaker1
    • a direct quotation1
  9. in a straight unbroken line of descent from parent to child1
    • a direct descendant of the king1
    • direct heredity1
  10. being an immediate result or consequence1
    • a direct result of the accident1
  11. without deviation1
    • went direct to the office1
  12. plan and direct (a complex undertaking)1
  13. specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public1
  14. command with authority1
    • He directed the children to do their homework1
  15. give directions to; point somebody into a certain direction1
    • I directed them towards the town hall1
  16. put an address on (an envelope)1
  17. intend (something) to move towards a certain goal1
    • criticism directed at her superior1
    • direct your anger towards others, not towards yourself1
  18. point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards1
  19. guide the actors in (plays and films)1
  20. lead, as in the performance of a composition1
  21. cause to go somewhere1
    • He directed all his energies into his dissertation1
  22. take somebody somewhere1
  23. be in charge of1

Wiktionary Translations for direct:

direct
adjective
  1. Straight, constant, without interruption
verb
  1. to manage, control, steer

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
direct directo direct — zonder te wachten, zonder iets daartussen
direct domiciliación; orden AbbuchungsauftragBankwesen: Auftrag eines Kontoinhabers an seine Bank, einen gewissen Betrag vom Konto abzubuchen
direct directo unmittelbarzeitlich, nicht steigerbar: anschließend, gleich danach eintretend
direct recto; directo; estricto; tieso direct — Qui est droit, qui ne taire aucun détour.
direct dirigir; encaminar dirigerconduire en exerçant un pouvoir, un commandement.
direct derecho; recto; directo; estricto; tieso; leal droit — Qui est du côté opposé à celui de son cœur (en supposant que son cœur est du même côté que pour la majorité des être humain), ou encore du côté de celui de la main qui sert à écrire chez la majorité (dans le cas où on parle de soi, car on utilise cet adjectif en adoptant le point de vue de la
direct guiar guideraccompagner quelqu’un pour lui montrer le chemin.
direct directo; inmediato immédiat — Qui agir, qui produire sans intermédiaire.
direct arreglar réglertirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.

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