French

Detailed Translations for directive from French to English

directive:

directive [la ~] nom

  1. la directive (règlement; statuts; statut)
    the guide; the statute; the charter; the house rules
  2. la directive (prescription; ligne directrice)
    the regulation; the precept; the rule
  3. la directive
    the directive

Translation Matrix for directive:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
charter directive; règlement; statut; statuts certificat; charte; diplôme; document; document justificatif; lettre de métier; pièce justificative; pièces à conviction; règle; règlement; statut
directive directive
guide directive; règlement; statut; statuts accompagnatrice; celui qui guide les visiteurs; guide; guide touristique; manager; mentor; modèle; parrain; patron; personne qui sert de guide; protecteur; repère; tuteur
house rules directive; règlement; statut; statuts
precept directive; ligne directrice; prescription axiome; devise; maxime; position principale; principe; règle fondamentale
regulation directive; ligne directrice; prescription consigne; consigne de service; discipline; normalisation; ordonnance; prescription; regle; règlement; règles; réglementation; régularisation; soumission
rule directive; ligne directrice; prescription autorité; comité directeur; conformité aux règles; consigne de service; direction; domination; filtre; gouvernement; management; pouvoir; pouvoir public; principe; principe de base; puissance; règle; règle fondamentale; règlement; régence; régime
statute directive; règlement; statut; statuts
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
charter louer; prendre en location; prendre à bail; retenir
guide balayer; conduire; coordiner; diriger; entraîner; guider; mener; mener à bien; mettre en coordination
rule commander; dicter; diffuser; diriger; dominer; enjoindre; gouverner; maîtriser; ordonner; prescrire; régir; se répandre

Synonyms for "directive":


Wiktionary Translations for directive:

directive
noun
  1. administration|fr droit|fr acte par lequel une administration, une entreprise, une collectivité se fixe une ligne de conduite, une direction.
directive
noun
  1. -
  2. non-specific rule or principle
  3. form of legislative act addressed to the EU Member States
  4. authoritative decision from an official body, which may or may not have binding force
  5. instruction or guideline that indicates how to perform an action or reach a goal
adjective
  1. that directs

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
directive rule; regulation Vorschrift — Anweisung, die man befolgen muss
directive instruction Weisung — verbindliche Aufforderung



English

Detailed Translations for directive from English to French

directive:

directive [the ~] nom

  1. the directive
    la directive

Translation Matrix for directive:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
directive directive charter; guide; house rules; precept; regulation; rule; statute
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- directing; directional; guiding

Synonyms for "directive":


Related Definitions for "directive":

  1. showing the way by conducting or leading; imposing direction on1
  2. a pronouncement encouraging or banning some activity1
    • the boss loves to send us directives1

Wiktionary Translations for directive:

directive
adjective
  1. that directs
noun
  1. form of legislative act addressed to the EU Member States
  2. authoritative decision from an official body, which may or may not have binding force
  3. instruction or guideline that indicates how to perform an action or reach a goal
directive
adjective
  1. Qui donne des directives, des directions.
noun
  1. administration|fr droit|fr acte par lequel une administration, une entreprise, une collectivité se fixe une ligne de conduite, une direction.

directive form of direct:

to direct verbe (directs, directed, directing)

  1. to direct (point the direction; lead; guide)
    conduire; guider; mener; diriger; entraîner; balayer
    • conduire verbe (conduis, conduit, conduisons, conduisez, )
    • guider verbe (guide, guides, guidons, guidez, )
    • mener verbe (mène, mènes, menons, menez, )
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
    • entraîner verbe (entraîne, entraînes, entraînons, entraînez, )
    • balayer verbe (balaye, balayes, balayons, balayez, )
  2. to direct (refer to; address)
  3. to direct (command; lead; preside)
    conduire; gérer; diriger; gouverner; mener; présider; commander; manier; administrer
    • conduire verbe (conduis, conduit, conduisons, conduisez, )
    • gérer verbe (gère, gères, gérons, gérez, )
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
    • gouverner verbe (gouverne, gouvernes, gouvernons, gouvernez, )
    • mener verbe (mène, mènes, menons, menez, )
    • présider verbe (préside, présides, présidons, présidez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
    • manier verbe (manie, manies, manions, maniez, )
    • administrer verbe (administre, administres, administrons, administrez, )
  4. to direct
    mettre en scène; réaliser
    • réaliser verbe (réalise, réalises, réalisons, réalisez, )
  5. to direct (dictate; instruct; order; bid)
    prescrire; commander
    • prescrire verbe (prescris, prescrit, prescrivons, prescrivez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
  6. to direct (conduct)
  7. to direct (refer to)
    renvoyer à; renvoyer; expédier; envoyer
    • renvoyer à verbe
    • renvoyer verbe (renvoie, renvoies, renvoyons, renvoyez, )
    • expédier verbe (expédie, expédies, expédions, expédiez, )
    • envoyer verbe (envoie, envoies, envoyons, envoyez, )

Conjugations for direct:

present
  1. direct
  2. direct
  3. directs
  4. direct
  5. direct
  6. direct
simple past
  1. directed
  2. directed
  3. directed
  4. directed
  5. directed
  6. directed
present perfect
  1. have directed
  2. have directed
  3. has directed
  4. have directed
  5. have directed
  6. have directed
past continuous
  1. was directing
  2. were directing
  3. was directing
  4. were directing
  5. were directing
  6. were directing
future
  1. shall direct
  2. will direct
  3. will direct
  4. shall direct
  5. will direct
  6. will direct
continuous present
  1. am directing
  2. are directing
  3. is directing
  4. are directing
  5. are directing
  6. are directing
subjunctive
  1. be directed
  2. be directed
  3. be directed
  4. be directed
  5. be directed
  6. be directed
diverse
  1. direct!
  2. let's direct!
  3. directed
  4. directing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for direct:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
collectif collective
direct buddy; business associate; chum; companion; comrade; fellow; friend; mate; pal; partner; streetcar ticket; tram ticket
droit claim; demand; jurisprudence; justice; justness; legal ground; legal title; ownership; right; righteousness; rightness; soundness; title
franc franc
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
administrer command; direct; lead; preside administer; be in command of; command; manage; order; pour in; preside; run; take the lead
balayer direct; guide; lead; point the direction blot out; clear; delete; eliminate; empty; erase; evacuate; rub out; sweep; sweep away; sweep up; wipe; wipe out
commander bid; command; dictate; direct; instruct; lead; order; preside be in command of; charge; command; exercise authority; exert power; extort; ordain; order; preside; reign; rule; take the lead
conduire command; direct; guide; lead; point the direction; preside accompany; be at the wheel; chaperon; come along with; conduct; drive; escort; lead about; operate; ride; show around; steer; walk along
diriger command; direct; guide; lead; point the direction; preside administer; be in command of; charge; command; drive; exercise authority; exert power; head for; lead up to; manage; operate; order; pilot through; preside; reign; ride; rule; run; take the lead
diriger un orchestre conduct; direct
entraîner direct; guide; lead; point the direction allure; attract; blot out; break in; carry before it; delete; drag along; drag along with one; draw; eliminate; entice; erase; exercise; haul; invite; lead up; lug; practice; practise; pull; pull along; rehearse; rub out; seduce; tempt; train; tutor; wipe; wipe out
envoyer direct; refer to begin; commence; contribute; deposit; email; enter; introduce; introduce somebody to; mail; remit; send; send in; send round; send towards; set in motion; set up; ship; start; start to; strike up; submit; supply; take off; take on; transfer; undertake
expédier direct; refer to be dismissed; deposit; file off; mail; march off; remit; send; ship; supply; transfer
gouverner command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; crush; dominate; exercise authority; exert power; have the upper hand; keep back; keep in control; order; predominate; preside; prevail; pulverise; pulverize; recant; reign; retract; revoke; rub fine; rule; subdue; suppress; take back; take the lead; withhold
guider direct; guide; lead; point the direction pilot through
gérer command; direct; lead; preside administer; cope with; manage; run
manier command; direct; lead; preside attend to it; attend to the matter; cope with; manage; manoeuver; manoeuvre; march; treat; work on
mener command; direct; guide; lead; point the direction; preside accompany; be ahead; be in command of; chaperon; come along with; command; conduct; escort; order; preside; take the lead; walk along
mettre en scène direct mount; stage
prescrire bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; ordain; order; rule
présider command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead
renvoyer direct; refer to adjourn; barter; be dismissed; be reflected; cast back; change; deter; discharge; dismiss; drop; echo; exchange; file off; fire; fob off with; frighten away; frighten off; lay off; march off; mirror; not follow up; pay back; postpone; put off; reflect; refund; release; remove; resound; return; reverberate; sack; scare off; send; send back; sound; swap; switch; throw to; trade in
renvoyer à address; direct; refer to
réaliser direct accomplish; achieve; act; attain; bring about; bring forth; capitalise; capitalize; carry out; come about; comprehend; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; design; do; effect; execute; gain; generate; get; get hold of; get one's hands on; grasp; invent; labor; labour; lay one's hands on; make; manufacture; obtain; prepare; produce; realise; realize; receive for one's portion; seize; seize upon; succeed; understand; win; work
se référer à address; direct; refer to refer
- address; aim; calculate; conduct; engineer; guide; lead; mastermind; orchestrate; organise; organize; place; point; send; take; take aim; target; train
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- lineal; unmediated; verbatim
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- directly; straight
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- guide
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avec franchise direct; frontal; honest; straight fair; honest
carrément direct; frontal; honest; straight aloud; blunt; bluntly; boisterous; clamorous; crude; explicit; fair; flatly; forthright; frank; frankly; freely; genially; honest; loud; loudly; noisy; open; openly; out loud; outright; outspoken; overt; plain; plain-spoken; sincere; square; straight; straightforward; unconcealed
collectif class; direct; frontal altogether; combined; common; communal; in all; joint; jointly; shared; sympathized; together; with each other; with one another
collectivement class; direct; frontal
de manière collective class; direct; frontal
de manière frontale class; direct; frontal
direct direct; frontal; honest; straight at once; before long; blunt; clear; directly; fair; first thing; forthwith; genuine; honest; immediate; immediately; in a moment; instantly; now; perpendicular; plain; presently; prompt; quick; rapid; right away; right now; serious; shortly; soon; speedy; straight; straight away; straightaway; swift; without delay
directement direct; straight almost; at once; before long; directly; first thing; forthwith; frank; immediate; immediately; instantly; nearly; now; open; perpendicular; presently; prompt; promptly; quick; rapid; right away; right now; shortly; soon; speedy; straight; straight ahead; straight away; straight on; swift; well-nigh; without delay
droit direct; frontal; honest; straight bolt upright; cantankerous; crabbed; crusty; dead straight; erect; fair; frank; gruff; grumpy; honest; honorable; honourable; just; nagging; open; perpendicular; right-minded; righteous; rigid; sincere; straight; sullen; surly; true; true-hearted; upright
franc direct; frontal; honest; straight accessible; amenable; approachable; blunt; bold; candid; crude; decent; explicit; fair; forthright; frank; frankly; genially; genuine; heartfelt; honest; liberal; neat; open; open-minded; openly; outright; outspoken; overt; plain; plain-spoken; proper; respectable; right; serious; sincere; sporting; square; straight; straight ahead; straight on; straightforward; true; unabashed; unconcealed; uninhibited; unprejudiced; upright; veritable
franchement direct; frontal; honest; straight blatant; blunt; bold; candid; crude; decent; downright; explicit; fair; forthright; frank; frankly; freely; genially; genuine; heartfelt; honest; neat; open; openly; outright; outspoken; overt; plain; plain-spoken; proper; respectable; right; sheer; sincere; sporting; square; straight; straightforward; true; unabashed; unconcealed; uninhibited; upright; veritable
frontal class; direct; frontal
ouvertement direct; frontal; honest; straight blunt; fair; forthright; frank; frankly; freely; genially; honest; naked; open; openly; outright; outspoken; plain; plain-spoken; straight; straightforward; unconcealed; uncultivated; untilled; vacant
sans détours direct; frontal; honest; straight blunt; bluntly; bolt upright; close; close by; coarse; concise; crude; dead straight; erect; even; explicit; fair; flat; flatly; frank; frankly; honest; level; open; openly; outspoken; overt; perpendicular; pithy; plain; point blank; sincere; smooth; square; straight; straightforward; succinct; terse; unconcealed; uniform; unwavering; vulgar; without detours
tout droit direct; frontal; honest; straight at once; bolt upright; dead straight; directly; erect; frank; immediately; instantly; now; open; perpendicular; right now; straight; straight ahead; straight on

Related Words for "direct":


Synonyms for "direct":


Antonyms for "direct":

  • indirect; collateral; retrograde; inverse; alternating

Related Definitions for "direct":

  1. lacking compromising or mitigating elements; exact1
    • the direct opposite1
  2. direct in spatial dimensions; proceeding without deviation or interruption; straight and short1
    • a direct route1
    • a direct flight1
    • a direct hit1
  3. (of a current) flowing in one direction only1
    • direct current1
  4. straightforward in means or manner or behavior or language or action1
    • a direct question1
    • a direct response1
    • a direct approach1
  5. similar in nature or effect or relation to another quantity1
    • a term is in direct proportion to another term if it increases (or decreases) as the other increases (or decreases)1
  6. moving from west to east on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in the same direction as the Earth1
  7. having no intervening persons, agents, conditions1
    • in direct sunlight1
    • in direct contact with the voters1
    • direct exposure to the disease1
    • a direct link1
    • the direct cause of the accident1
    • direct vote1
  8. in precisely the same words used by a writer or speaker1
    • a direct quotation1
  9. in a straight unbroken line of descent from parent to child1
    • a direct descendant of the king1
    • direct heredity1
  10. being an immediate result or consequence1
    • a direct result of the accident1
  11. without deviation1
    • went direct to the office1
  12. plan and direct (a complex undertaking)1
  13. specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public1
  14. command with authority1
    • He directed the children to do their homework1
  15. give directions to; point somebody into a certain direction1
    • I directed them towards the town hall1
  16. put an address on (an envelope)1
  17. intend (something) to move towards a certain goal1
    • criticism directed at her superior1
    • direct your anger towards others, not towards yourself1
  18. point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards1
  19. guide the actors in (plays and films)1
  20. lead, as in the performance of a composition1
  21. cause to go somewhere1
    • He directed all his energies into his dissertation1
  22. take somebody somewhere1
  23. be in charge of1

Wiktionary Translations for direct:

direct
adjective
  1. Straight, constant, without interruption
direct
adjective
  1. Qui est droit, qui ne taire aucun détour.
  2. Qui est du côté opposé à celui de son cœur (en supposant que son cœur est du même côté que pour la majorité des être humain), ou encore du côté de celui de la main qui sert à écrire chez la majorité (dans le cas où on parle de soi, car on utilise cet adjectif en adoptant le point de vue de la
  3. Qui agir, qui produire sans intermédiaire.
  1. -
verb
  1. conduire en exerçant un pouvoir, un commandement.
  2. accompagner quelqu’un pour lui montrer le chemin.
  3. tirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
direct direct direct — zonder te wachten, zonder iets daartussen
direct automatique; prélèvement; demande AbbuchungsauftragBankwesen: Auftrag eines Kontoinhabers an seine Bank, einen gewissen Betrag vom Konto abzubuchen
direct immédiat unmittelbarzeitlich, nicht steigerbar: anschließend, gleich danach eintretend
direct viser zielen — eine bestimmte Absicht haben