direto

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Modified from learned form directo, borrowed from Latin dīrectus ‎(straight), from dīrigō ‎(lay straight; direct; distribute), from dis- + regō ‎(I rule, govern), from Proto-Indo-European *h₃reǵ-. Compare the inherited direito.

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direto m ‎(feminine singular direta, masculine plural diretos, feminine plural diretas, comparable)

  1. in a straight line
  2. direct, without interruption
  3. straight (direct, truthful, frank)

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