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She introduced herself as Dr Grafton, the assistant director, and led the way to her office. LOST SUMMER (2002)What drew Selina was the name of the managing director of the Panamanian companies -- José Marcos. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)In UNACO's case that means their director, Colonel Malcolm Philpott. CODE BREAKER (2002)
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British English: director /dɪˈrɛktə; daɪ-/ NOUN
The director of a play, film, or television programme is the person who decides how it will appear on stage or screen, and who tells the actors and technical staff what to do.
`Cut!' the director yelled. `That was perfect.'
- American English: director
- Arabic: مُدِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: diretor
- Chinese: 导演
- Croatian: redatelj
- Czech: režisér
- Danish: instruktør
- Dutch: regisseur
- European Spanish: director jefe
- Finnish: johtaja
- French: directeur
- German: Direktor
- Greek: σκηνοθέτης
- Italian: regista
- Japanese: 管理者
- Korean: 감독
- Norwegian: direktør
- Polish: dyrektor
- European Portuguese: director
- Romanian: regizor
- Russian: режиссер
- Spanish: director
- Swedish: chef
- Thai: ผู้อำนวยการ
- Turkish: direktör
- Ukrainian: режисер
- Vietnamese: đạo diễn
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