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dream that you are following directs represents your need or ability
to accept criticism. It also relates to your feelings about authority.
To dream that you are giving directs, refers to your goals and search
for purpose. You are on a path toward self-realization. Related
Words and Usage Samples
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most countries, driving direction is an activity, which is heavily
governed by law. Laws cover the construction and use of vehicles,
the rules of the road, the requirements for driver and vehicle licensing,
vehicle taxation, safety inspections and compulsory insurance. These
laws reflect the high degree of responsibility, which is conferred
upon drivers (and also on manufacturers) of vehicles to make them
as safe in practice as they feasibly can be. Drivers are almost
universally required to take lessons with an approved instructor
and pass a driving test before being granted a license. The trend
has been towards increasingly tougher tests in the last three decades.
In addition, new drivers may have additional restrictions in some
countries - for example in Australia, novice drivers are required
to carry 'P' (probationary) plates and have lower speed limits,
alcohol limits, and other restrictions imposed for two years following
a successful driving test. Driving laws are usually enforced by
the police, and a large part of the modern force is dedicated to
driving law enforcement. Many countries have separate authorities
with powers to enforce driving laws - for example the Australian
Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA), which are responsible for driver
licensing but also highway maintenance and highway patrol, etc.
See also Chauffeur,
Driver's license, Drunk Highway Code (official UK driving
manual), Pedal, Performance driving techniques, Steering, Manual
transmission road safety,
road construction, highway patrol, road sign
Controlling the switch points does rail transporting rail transport
steering; this can be done:
By other personnel
than the driver, often remotely from a traffic control point
By the driver from his or her position
By the driver getting out and operating the switch manually.
active, actuating, advancing, adventuresome, adventurous, agency,
aggressive, ambitious, animating, assailing, assaulting, attacking,
automobiling, bicycling, biking, biting, blinding, busing, cat-and-doggish,
causal, causative, charging, coactive, compelling, compulsatory,
compulsive, compulsory, conduct, constraining, corrosive, cutting,
cycling, direct, directive, drippy, drizzling, drizzly, drumming,
dynamic, effective, enterprising, equitation, execution, exercise,
forceful, forcible, functioning, go-ahead, gripping, gutsy, handling,
holding, horseback riding, horsemanship, hustling, impellent, impelling,
imperative, imperious, impressive, impulsive, in motion, incisive,
incursionary, incursive, inducive, invading, invasionary, invasive,
irresistible, irruptive, lively, management, manipulation, misty,
misty-moisty, mizzly, mobile, mordant, motile, motivating, motivational,
motive, motor, motorcycling, motoring, moving, nervous, obsessing,
obsessional, obsessive, occupation, operancy, operation, pedaling,
pelting, penetrating, performance, performing, piercing, pluvial,
pluviose, pluvious, poignant, possessing, pouring, powerful, practice,
preoccupying, pressing, propellant, propelling, propulsive, propulsory,
pulsive, punchy, pushful, pushing, pushy, rainy, responsibility,
restraining, riding, running, sensational, shoving, showery, sinewed,
sinewy, slashing, steering, stirring, streaming, striking, strong,
telling, thrusting, transitional, traveling, trenchant, up-and-coming,
urgent, venturesome, venturous, vigorous, vital, work, working,
workings n. 1. The act of directing, of aiming, regulating, guiding,
or ordering; guidance; management; superintendence; administration;
as, the direct o public affairs or of a bank.
I do commit his youth
To your direct.
All nature is but art, unknown to thee;
ll chance, direction, which thou canst not see.
2. That which is imposed by directing; a guiding or authoritative
instruction; prescription; order; command; as, he grave directs
to the servants.
The princes digged the well . . . by the direct of the law giver.
- Numb. xxi. 18.
3. The name and residence of a person to whom any thing is sent,
written upon the thing sent; superscription; address; as, the direct
of a letter.
4. The line or course upon which anything is moving or aimed to
move, or in which anything is lying or pointing; aim; line or point
of tendency; direct line or course; as, the ship sailed in a southeasterly
5. The body of managers of a corporation or enterprise; board of
6. (Gun.) The pointing of a piece with reference to an imaginary
vertical axis; - distinguished from elevation. The is given when
the plane of sight passes through the object.
Noun 1. direct - a line leading to a place or point; "he looked
the other direct"; "didn't know the way home"
2. direct - the spatial relation between something and the course
along which it points or moves; "he checked the direct and
velocity of the wind"
3. direct - a general course along which something has a tendency
to develop; "I couldn't follow the direct of his thoughts";
"his ideals determined the direct of his career"; "they
proposed a new direct for the firm"
4. direct - something that provides direct or advice as to a decision
or course of action
Synonyms: counseling, counselling, guidance, counsel
5. direct - the act of managing something; "he was given overall
management of the program"; "is the direct of the economy
a function of government?"
6. direct - a message describing how something is to be done; "he
gave directs faster than she could follow them"
7. direct - the act of setting and holding a course; "a new
council was installed under the direct of the king"
Synonyms: steering, guidance
8. direct - a formal statement of a command or injunction to do
something; "the judge's charge to the jury"
Synonyms: commission, charge
9. direct - the concentration of attention or energy on something;
"the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology";
"he had no direct in his life"
Synonyms: centering, focus, focusing, focussing
DIRECT. The order and government of an institution; the persons
who compose the board of directors are jointly called the direct.
Direct, in another sense, is nearly synonymous with instruction.
That part of a bill in chancery which contains the address of the
bill to the court; this must of course, contain the appropriate
and technical description of the court.
The term direct can be applied to various topics.
For the management, supervision, or guidance of a film, see film
For determination of position, see navigation, compass or left and
right; also note that a direct may be shown by a vector;
For finding the direct to a radio source, see radio direct finder.
"Direct" is also the name of a major political party in
Zeitgeist, action, actuation, address, administering, admonition,
advice, advising, advocacy, agency, angle, animation, arrow, avenue,
bearing, billhead, blaze, briefing, catechization, caution, caveat,
charge, civil government, coaching, command, commission, compass
needle, conduct, conducting, consultation, control, council, counsel,
current, destination, dictate, didactics, directing, direct post,
directs, directive, directorate, directorship, discipline, dispensation,
disposition, dress rehearsal, drift, driving, edification, education,
empery, empire, enlightenment, execution, exercise, exhortation,
expostulation, final instructions, finger post, fist, form of government,
functioning, general orders, glacial movement, governance, governing,
government, guide, guideboard, guidepost, guiding, hand, handling,
hortation, hour hand, idea, illumination, index, index finger, influence,
information, injunction, inner-direct, instructions, lead, leadership,
letterhead, line, lubber line, main current, mainstream, managing,
manipulation, milepost, minute hand, mise-en-scene, monition, motion,
motivation, mounting, movement, moving, name and address, needle,
occupation, operancy, operating, operation, opinion, orders, other-direct,
outlook, oversight, parley, pedagogics, pedagogy, performance, performing,
pointer, pointing, political organization, polity, postal zone,
practice, precept, prescript, prescription, private teaching, production,
programmed instruction, prompting, proposal, recommendation, reeducation,
regime, regimen, regnancy, regulation, rehearsal, reign, remonstrance,
responsibility, road, rule, run, run-through, running, schooling,
self-instruction, self-teaching, set, side, signboard, signpost,
slant, sovereignty, spoon-feeding, stage management, staging, standpoint,
steering, stimulation, stream, suggestion, superscription, supervising,
sway, swing, system of government, teaching, tenor, the general
tendency, the main course, thought, time spirit, tone, tuition,
tutelage, tutorage, tutoring, tutorship, walk-through, warning,
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