re·di·rect verb \ˌrē-də-ˈrekt, ˌrē-(ˌ)dī-\
: to change the path or direction of (something)
: to use (something) for a different purpose
: to send (a letter or package) to a new mailing address
Examples of REDIRECT
- They dug trenches near the river to redirect the flow of the water.
- Traffic will be redirected to avoid downtown.
- Visitors to the old Web site address are redirected automatically to the new one.
- I tried to redirect their attention to the other painting.
- It's time to redirect your energy to your homework.
First Known Use of REDIRECT
Rhymes with REDIRECT
, birth defect
, edge effect
, in effect
, lake effect
, side effect
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