OTHER WORDS FROM directionaldi·rec·tion·al·i·ty, noundi·rec·tion·al·ly, adverbun·di·rec·tion·al, adjective
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How to use directional in a sentence
Drizly is attractive because of its ability to provide marketers with a “directional view into how media investment is driving sales.”‘Order booze from your phone’: Why brands like Guinness, Babe Wine see advertising value on Drizly|Kimeko McCoy|February 11, 2021|Digiday
The Sport Open Earbuds rely on Bose’s OpenAudio tech, which involves pumping directional audio into the ear using a single transducer in each enclosure.Bose built a new kind of workout earbud to keep you safe while you sweat|Stan Horazek|January 5, 2021|Popular-Science
Skins, or strips of fabric made of directional nylon or mohair fibers, are also necessary.
That includes, he says, cleaning protocols, upgraded air filters and filtration systems, occupancy maximums on elevators and directional signage within common areas and office spaces.5 ways the post-pandemic office will look very different|Mitra Kalita|December 9, 2020|Fortune
There is a stereotype that people use live-streaming platforms to play video games or perform for an audience in a one-directional interaction.How AOC showed politicians the power of live-streaming|matthewheimer|December 8, 2020|Fortune
Less than 24 hours after the news leaked, all directional jokes have officially been cracked.North West: Behind Kim and Kanye’s Odd Baby Name Choice|Pamela Redmond Satran/Nameberry, Linda Rosenkrantz|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In Milan, one of the most directional designers in recent seasons has been Raf Simons of Jil Sander.
I was very determined to make it fashion-forward and directional and relevant.
Clinton, the omni-directional apologizer, declared that America owed no apology to Japan for using the atomic bomb.
Historical destinies are directional, not precisely preordained.
But we can't control the directional and dimensional scope of the warp.Circus|Alan Edward Nourse
Suddenly Jimmy heard a sharp signal, sounding above the dull buzz of the directional beacon.The Flying Reporter|Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss
Directional Stability is its stability about its vertical axis, and without which it would have no tendency to keep its course.
Such a condition will cause the aeroplane to lose its directional stability and also to fly one wing down.
Lateral Stability is far more difficult for the designer to secure than is longitudinal or directional stability.
British Dictionary definitions for directional
- having or relating to an increased sensitivity to radio waves, sound waves, nuclear particles, etc, coming from a particular direction
- (of an aerial) transmitting or receiving radio waves more effectively in some directions than in others
- concentrated in, following, or producing motion in a particular direction
- indicating direction