codirect

verb, transitive + intransitive co·di·rect \ ˌkō-də-ˈrekt , -dī- \
variants: or co-direct
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of codirect

codirected or co-directed; codirecting or co-directing
:to share the duties of directing (something) with another or others :to direct (something) jointly
  • codirect a film
  • co-directing a seminar on online advertising
  • A couple of years ago I inherited a job codirecting a program that integrates children's books into pediatric practice.
  • —Perri Klass
  • Carlos and Christie Vela not only co-star but co-direct, working in tandem onstage and off.
  • —Lindsey Wilson

codirector

play \ˌkō-də-ˈrek-tər, -dī-\ or co-director noun, plural codirectors or co-directors
    • codirectors of the New York City Ballet
    • co-director of the laboratory

First Known Use of codirect

1909


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