redirection

redirect

[ree-di-rekt, -dahy-]
verb (used with object)
1.
to direct again.
2.
to change the direction or focus of: He redirected the children's energies toward building a sand castle instead of throwing sand at each other.
adjective
3.
Law. pertaining to the examination of a witness by the party calling him or her, after cross-examination.

Origin:
1835–45; re- + direct

redirection, noun
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redirect (ˌriːdɪˈrɛkt, ˌriːdaɪ-)
 
vb
to direct (someone or something) to a different place or by a different route
 
redi'rection
 
n

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redirect
1844, from re- "back, again" + direct.
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redirection definition


1. input/output redirection.
2. URL redirection.
(1997-07-15)

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