- 1 redirect something (to something) to use something, for example money, in a different way or for a different purpose We are redirecting resources to this important new project. You need to redirect your energies into more worthwhile activities.
- 2redirect something (to something) to send something to a different address or in a different direction Questions are being redirected to the press office. Make sure you get your mail redirected to your new address.
NAmE//ˌridəˈrɛkt//, NAmE//ˌridaɪˈrɛkt//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they redirect
, ,he / she / it redirects
, ,past simple redirected
, ,-ing form redirecting
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NAmE//ˌridəˈrɛkʃn//, NAmE//ˌridaɪˈrɛkʃn//noun [singular, uncountable] a sudden redirection of economic policy the redirection of mail