redirect

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Etymology[edit]

re- +‎ direct

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Verb[edit]

redirect (third-person singular simple present redirects, present participle redirecting, simple past and past participle redirected)

  1. (transitive) To give new direction to, change the direction of.
    redirect output to /dev/null
  2. (transitive) To instruct to go, inquire, elsewhere.
  3. (computing, transitive) To substitute an address or pointer to a new location.
  4. (computing) To send to a new location by substituting an address or pointer.
    You will be redirected shortly.

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Noun[edit]

redirect (plural redirects)

  1. A redirection.
  2. (law) An examination of a witness, following cross-examination, by the party that conducted the direct examination.
  3. (computing) The substitution of one address or identifier for another one, so as to navigate to a different location.

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  • (legal): redirect examination

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