English translation of 'indirect'
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Dans la seconde hypothèse, c'est une suspension à éclairage indirect basse tension, qui peut aussi être encastré dans le plafond.Marie Claire
Deux fois six cordes symbolisent les cieux et tournent le dos aux spectateurs pour créer un effet de son indirect.Le Monde (1998)
Nier ce rapport direct, ou indirect, c'est nier l'évidente puissance d'impact de l'image.Le Monde (2002)
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'indirect' in Other Languages
British English: indirect /ˌɪndɪˈrɛkt/ ADJECTIVE
An indirect result or effect is not caused immediately and obviously by a thing or person, but happens because of something else that they have done.
Millions could die of hunger as an indirect result of the war.
- American English: indirect
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مُبَاشِرٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: indireto
- Chinese: 间接的
- Croatian: neizravan
- Czech: nepřímý
- Danish: indirekte
- Dutch: indirect
- European Spanish: indirecto
- Finnish: epäsuora
- French: indirect
- German: indirekt
- Greek: έμμεσος
- Italian: indiretto
- Japanese: 間接的な
- Korean: 간접의
- Norwegian: indirekte
- Polish: pośredni
- European Portuguese: indireto
- Romanian: indirect
- Russian: непрямой
- Spanish: indirecto
- Swedish: indirekt
- Thai: ไม่ตรง
- Turkish: dolaylı
- Ukrainian: непрямий
- Vietnamese: gián tiếp
British English: oblique ADJECTIVE
If you describe a statement as oblique, you mean that is not expressed directly or openly, making it difficult to understand.
It was an oblique reference to his mother.
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Translation of indirect from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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