verb (used with object)
Related formsre·di·rec·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for redirect
Then, without berating yourself, redirect your attention back to your practice.
For a lot of Republicans, the likely coming failure of this effort will redirect them to the next presidential election.The Best Republican Efforts Are Not Enough to Defund Obamacare|Michael Tomasky|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Moreover, the Ryan plan, which Romney endorses, would cut at least that amount but redirect the savings to reducing the deficit.
I marvel at her masterful manipulation of the media, and her ability to redirect the national debate with merely a tweet.
It operates not to perpetuate the forces which produced it but to modify and redirect them.Human Nature and Conduct|John Dewey
"One moment," said Badger, detaining Dr. Thornton for the redirect.
Again we step in and redirect his impulse; we put on his baubles and strut for him.The Joys of Being a Woman|Winifred Kirkland
The redirect examination went over the same ground, and Badger placed a Mr. Lovejoy on the stand.
The original error has been retained, however the link has been adjusted to redirect the reader to the correct page.The Brand|Therese Broderick