direktar

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Borrowed from Esperanto direktiEnglish directFrench dirigerGerman dirigierenItalian dirigereSpanish dirigir, ultimately from Latin dīrigō.

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direktar (present tense direktas, past tense direktis, future tense direktos, imperative direktez, conditional direktus)

  1. (transitive) to direct
  2. (transitive) to manage, conduct
  3. (transitive) to put in a direction

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