verb (used with object)
- rediscount rate,
Origin of redirect
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A redirection that allows the show to be paradoxically more vicious and more humane.
It is recognition of the increased liberation and redirection of the course of events achieved through accurate discovery.Essays in Experimental Logic|John Dewey
For prescribing and regulating the payment again of postage in case of redirection.Gambia|Frederick John Melville
Enterprises of this sort are bound to take on great importance in the redirection of country life.The Country-Life Movement in the United States|L.H. Bailey