to direct again or to a different place
Law designating the examination of one's own witness again, after cross-examination by the opposing lawyer
transitive verbre·di·rect·ed, re·di·rect·ing, re·di·rects
- 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.
- To give directions for an alternate destination to (someone).
- To change the object or focus of (attention).
- Law A redirect examination.
- Sports A deflection by one player of a shot or pass by a teammate, as in hockey.
- 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.
(third-person singular simple present redirects, present participle redirecting, simple past and past participle redirected)
re- +"Ž direct