direction englannista suomeksi
A theoretical line (physically or mentally) followed from a point of origin or towards a destination. May be relative (e.g. up, left, outbound, dorsal), geographical (e.g. north), rotational (e.g. clockwise), or with respect to an object or location (e.g. toward Boston).
1900, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter I,
- Just before Warwick reached Liberty Point, a young woman came down Front Street from the direction of the market-house. When their paths converged, Warwick kept on down Front Street behind her, it having been already his intention to walk in this direction.
A general trend for future action.
The work of the director in cinema or theater; the skill of directing a film, play etc.
The body of persons who guide or manage a matter; the directorate.
A person's address.
1796, (w), ''(w)'', Folio Society 1985, page 218:
- Her aunt Leonella was still at Cordova, and she knew not her direction.
the director of the administration/organisation
(''occasional, figurative'') the territory administered by a government
(l), leadership, (l), (l)