英 [dɪ'rektə; daɪ-]
- n. 主任，主管；导演；人事助理
- n. (Director)人名；(英)迪雷克托
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- director (n.)
- late 15c., "a guide," from Anglo-French directour, French directeur, agent noun from Latin dirigere (see direct (v.)). Corporate sense is from 1630s; theatrical sense from 1911.
- 1. He was hauled before the managing director and fired.
- 2. The first duty of a director is to recce his location.
- 3. The two officers were being investigated by the director of public prosecutions.
- 4. She became quite a notable director in the thirties and forties.
- 5. The woman was the wife of a film director.
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