direction 中文 EN[dəˈɹɛk.ʃən] UK US
方向, 方位, 指导
- 名词 (Noun)PLdirectionsSUF-tion
- A theoretical line (physically or mentally) followed from a point of origin or towards a destination.
- Keep going in the same direction.
- An general trend for future action.
- Guidance, instruction.
- The trombonist looked to the bandleader for direction.
- The work of the director in cinema or theater; the skill of directing a film, play etc.
- The screenplay was good, but the direction was weak.
- (archaic) An address.
- Winthrop, whith such directions as he conceived fitt, and, as I hear, hath given his debte, which he maks 544^li. unto y^e gentlemen of y^e Bay. Indeed, M^r.
- The stage direction given in the script said to walk forward and speak the line loudly.
- A study in the Abrolhos Bank showed that tidal currents are weaker than subinertial currents, being more important in the cross-shelf direction than along-shelf [43 ].
- I got so lost on my way downtown I had to ask for directions.
- Don't camp it up. Just follow the stage directions.
- But a video, taken from above, projects these writhings as if she were flying at top speed in a tunnel above traffic that’s whooshing past in the opposite direction.