Associations to the word «Directional»
DIRECTIONAL, adjective. Indicating direction.
DIRECTIONAL, adjective. Of or relating to guidance or help.
DIRECTIONAL, noun. Something that indicates direction, such as a vehicle's turn signal.
DIRECTIONAL CASE, noun. (grammar) Case used to express motion towards a location, and is generally indicated in English by to, toward, or headed for with the objective case. Mongolian is an example of a language that uses the directional case.
DIRECTIONAL STABILITY, noun. The ability of a vehicle to maintain its course, or remain under normal steering control, while subjected to directionally disturbing influences such as cross-winds, braking on irregular surfaces or turning.
DIRECTIONAL, adjective. Relating to or indicating directions in space; "a directional microphone".
DIRECTIONAL, adjective. Relating to direction toward a (nonspatial) goal; "he tried to explain the directional trends of modern science".
DIRECTIONAL, adjective. Showing the way by conducting or leading; imposing direction on; "felt his mother's directing arm around him"; "the directional role of science on industrial progress".
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