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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin directus. Doublet of dret, which was inherited.

AdjectiveEdit

directe (feminine directa, masculine and feminine plural directes)

  1. direct (proceeding without deviation or interruption)
    Antonym: indirecte
  2. direct (straight; not crooked)
  3. direct (straightforward; sincere)
    Antonym: indirecte

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AdverbEdit

directe

  1. directly; straight to, right to
    • 2011, Joan Torró Soriano, Pluja a la mar: El somni impossible d'Alessandro Malaspina, Universitat de València →ISBN, page 142
      Tot va anar bé, fins i tot Montbou se'n va anar directe a descansar.
      Everything went well; Montbou even went straight to rest.
    Synonym: directament

NounEdit

directe m (plural directes)

  1. (boxing) cross (a hook thrown over the opponent's punch)

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InterlinguaEdit

AdjectiveEdit

directe (comparative plus directe, superlative le plus directe)

  1. direct, straight

LatinEdit

AdjectiveEdit

dīrecte

  1. vocative masculine singular of dīrectus

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NormanEdit

AdjectiveEdit

directe

  1. feminine singular of direct