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re·di·rect

 (rē′dĭ-rĕkt′, -dī-)
tr.v. re·di·rect·ed, re·di·rect·ing, re·di·rects
1. To cause to move in a different direction or go to a different destination: redirected the flight to Dallas; redirected the request to a different department.
2. To give directions for an alternate destination to (someone).
3. To change the object or focus of (attention).
n. (rē′dĭ-rĕkt′, -dī-)
1. Law A redirect examination.
2. Sports A deflection by one player of a shot or pass by a teammate, as in hockey.
3. Computers A website that serves only to guide users to another website, typically when a website at one URL has been moved to a different URL.

re′di·rec′tion n.

redirect

(ˌriːdɪˈrɛkt; ˌriːdaɪ-)
vb (tr)
to direct (someone or something) to a different place or by a different route
ˌrediˈrection n

re•di•rect

(ˌri dɪˈrɛkt, -daɪ-)

v.t.
1. to direct again.
2. to change the direction or focus of.
[1835–45]
re`di•rec′tion, n.

redirect


Past participle: redirected
Gerund: redirecting

Imperative
redirect
redirect
Present
I redirect
you redirect
he/she/it redirects
we redirect
you redirect
they redirect
Preterite
I redirected
you redirected
he/she/it redirected
we redirected
you redirected
they redirected
Present Continuous
I am redirecting
you are redirecting
he/she/it is redirecting
we are redirecting
you are redirecting
they are redirecting
Present Perfect
I have redirected
you have redirected
he/she/it has redirected
we have redirected
you have redirected
they have redirected
Past Continuous
I was redirecting
you were redirecting
he/she/it was redirecting
we were redirecting
you were redirecting
they were redirecting
Past Perfect
I had redirected
you had redirected
he/she/it had redirected
we had redirected
you had redirected
they had redirected
Future
I will redirect
you will redirect
he/she/it will redirect
we will redirect
you will redirect
they will redirect
Future Perfect
I will have redirected
you will have redirected
he/she/it will have redirected
we will have redirected
you will have redirected
they will have redirected
Future Continuous
I will be redirecting
you will be redirecting
he/she/it will be redirecting
we will be redirecting
you will be redirecting
they will be redirecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redirecting
you have been redirecting
he/she/it has been redirecting
we have been redirecting
you have been redirecting
they have been redirecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redirecting
you will have been redirecting
he/she/it will have been redirecting
we will have been redirecting
you will have been redirecting
they will have been redirecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redirecting
you had been redirecting
he/she/it had been redirecting
we had been redirecting
you had been redirecting
they had been redirecting
Conditional
I would redirect
you would redirect
he/she/it would redirect
we would redirect
you would redirect
they would redirect
Past Conditional
I would have redirected
you would have redirected
he/she/it would have redirected
we would have redirected
you would have redirected
they would have redirected
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.redirect - channel into a new direction; "redirect your attention to the danger from the fundamentalists"
send, direct - cause to go somewhere; "The explosion sent the car flying in the air"; "She sent her children to camp"; "He directed all his energies into his dissertation"
sublimate - direct energy or urges into useful activities
Translations
يُعيد التَّوْجيه، يضَعُ عُنوانا جَديدا
doslatpřesměrovánípřesměrovat
omadressere
ümber suunama
utána küld
senda áfram
peradresuoti
pāradresēt
poslať na novú adresu
yeni bir adres yazıp yollamak

redirect

[ˈriːdaɪˈrekt] VT [+ letter] → remitir; [+ energies] → emplear de otro modo; [+ traffic] → desviar, dirigir por otra ruta

redirect

[ˌriːdɪˈrɛkt ˌriːdaɪˈrɛkt] vt
[+ resources] → réallouer
When she retired, she redirected her energy towards → À la retraite, elle a concentré son énergie sur ...
[+ mail] → faire suivre
[+ person] → réorienter

redirect

vt letter, parcelumadressieren; (= forward)nachsenden; trafficumleiten; attention, efforts, resourcesumleiten, umverteilen

redirect

[ˌriːdaɪˈrɛkt] vt (letter) → rispedire (a un nuovo indirizzo)

redirect

(riːdiˈrekt) verb
to put a new address on, and post (a letter etc).
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Each of these pages gets a 301 redirect so that if a user has bookmarked an old page or types in the old URL, he or she is automatically redirected to the corresponding page on the new site.
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With this redirect in place, users are immediately transferred to the correct link, but the 301 redirect can still tell search engines following links to your page to ignore the misspelling and index the correct page instead.
In addition, a permanent loss of 10-15% of link value lost in the 301 redirect "hop".
Sometimes it is good to purchase a domain that might be accidently used by your consumers so that you can implement a 301 redirect to the domain you want them to access.
8, a 301 redirect is put in place anytime a website page name is changed within the content management system.