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Translations for "direct" found in: Albanian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish
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direkt
direct
 
unmittelbar
direct
 
gerade
direct
 
umsteigefrei
direct [without changing]
 
leiten [Orchester, Theatergruppe]
to direct
 
steuern
to direct
 
lenken
to direct
 
führen
to direct
 
anweisen
to direct
 
inszenieren
to direct
rechtstreeks
direct
 
richten
to direct
 
dirigeren
to direct
 
regisseren
to direct
direkt
direct
 
att dirigera
to direct
direkte
direct
 
at instruere
to direct
direkte
direct
 
å dirigere
to direct
 
å regissere
to direct
beinn
direct
directo
direct
 
dirigir
to direct
direto [trem] [Bras.]
direct
 
directo [Port.]
direct
direct [train,vol]
nonstop
 
direct
direct
 
franc
direct [person, manner]
 
directement
direct
 
immédiat
direct
 
diriger
to direct [Am.] [orchestra]
 
réaliser
to direct
 
aiguiller [vers un endroit]
to direct [to a place]
 
diriger
to direct
 
diriger [circulation, opérations]
to direct [traffic, operations]
diretto
direct
 
dirigere
to direct
direct
straight [direct]
 
direct
squarely
 
direct
direct
 
direct
straightforward
 
direct [pe față, pe șleau]
upfront [coll.]
 
a îndrepta [a îndruma]
to direct
 
a dirija
to direct
derigere [3]
to direct
bezpośredni
direct
řídit [nedok.] [orchestr apod.]
to direct
priamy
direct
 
režírovať [nedok.]
to direct
 
nasmerovať [dok.]
to direct
 
riadiť / [nedok.]
to direct
 
viesť / [nedok.] [riadiť]
to direct
közvetlen
direct
 
utasít
to direct
drejtpërdrejtë
direct
 
drejtoj
to direct
 
udhëheq
to direct
Suggest missing translations: HR, TR, BG, RU, EO, BS, EL, SR
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