Redirect Re`di*rect" (r?`d?*r?kt"), a. (Law) Applied to the examination of a witness, by the party calling him, after the cross-examination. [1913 Webster]

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  • redirect — re‧di‧rect [ˌriːdaɪˈrekt, d ] verb [transitive] 1. to use money, effort etc for a different purpose: redirect something into/​to something • We are redirecting funds to other departments. • Management effort needs to be redirected into strategy… …   Financial and business terms

  • redirect — I verb change course, change direction, direct again, forward, mail again, post on, readdress, remail, reship, send forward, send on, transmit II index divert Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • redirect — (v.) 1805 (implied in redirected), from RE (Cf. re ) back, again + DIRECT (Cf. direct) (v.). Related: Redirecting …   Etymology dictionary

  • redirect — ► VERB ▪ direct differently. DERIVATIVES redirection noun …   English terms dictionary

  • redirect — ☆ redirect [rē΄di rekt′, rē′dīrekt′] vt. to direct again or to a different place adj. Law designating the examination of one s own witness again, after cross examination by the opposing lawyer redirection n …   English World dictionary

  • Redirect — For redirection pages in Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Redirect. Redirect may refer to: Redirection (computing), a capability of command line interpreters Redirect examination, in law URL redirection, techniques on the World Wide Web for making a web… …   Wikipedia

  • Redirect — Durch eine Weiterleitung (engl. redirect) werden Funktionsaufrufe an andere Systeme umgeleitet oder weitergegeben. Weiterleitungen im Web werden beispielsweise durch entsprechende HTTP Befehle eines Servers realisiert. In ähnlicher Weise können… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • redirect — [[t]ri͟ːdɪre̱kt, daɪ [/t]] redirects, redirecting, redirected 1) VERB If you redirect your energy, resources, or ability, you begin doing something different or trying to achieve something different. [V n] Controls were used to redistribute or… …   English dictionary

  • redirect — UK [ˌriːdɪˈrekt] / US [ˌrɪdɪˈrekt] / US [ˌrɪdaɪˈrekt] verb [transitive] Word forms redirect : present tense I/you/we/they redirect he/she/it redirects present participle redirecting past tense redirected past participle redirected 1) British to… …   English dictionary

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