indirect definition

  • adjective:
    • Diverging from a primary training course; roundabout.
    • maybe not continuing directly to the idea or object.
    • Not forthright and candid; devious.
    • circuitously prepared for; secondary: indirect benefits.
    • stating the precise or estimated terms of another with these types of changes as are essential to bring the original statement into grammatical conformity aided by the phrase by which it really is included: indirect discourse.
    • Logic Involving, concerning, or becoming the evidence of a statement by the demonstration of this impossibility or absurdity associated with statement's negation.
    • Sports becoming a totally free kick in soccer wherein a goal cannot be scored without having the baseball becoming handled by a moment player.
    • maybe not direct; roundabout; deceiving; establishing a trap; confusing.
    • maybe not direct; not straight or rectilinear; deviating from a primary range or program; circuitous.
    • perhaps not looking after an aim, purpose, or result by the plainest training course, or by apparent means, but obliquely or consequentially; by remote means.
    • Not straightforward or upright; unjust; dishonest; maintaining mislead or deceive.
    • perhaps not ensuing straight from an act or cause, but more or less remotely linked to or developing from the jawhorse.
    • Not attaining the end targeted at by the most simple and direct technique
    • offered sensory faculties; not direct in manner or language or behavior or action
    • not as a direct impact or outcome
    • having intervening facets or people or affects
    • maybe not direct in spatial dimension; perhaps not leading by a straight range or training course to a destination
    • descended from a common ancestor but through different outlines
  • others:
    • perhaps not direct in space; deviating from a straight range; devious; circuitous: because, an indirect training course in cruising.
    • maybe not direct in succession or lineage; maybe not lineal; of irregular derivation; regarding direct line from prime resource or origin: as, indirect lineage or inheritance; an indirect claim; indirect information.
    • Not direct in connection or connection; without having an immediate bearing or application; maybe not associated into the natural means; oblique; incidental; inferential: since, an indirect response; an indirect effect; indirect taxes.
    • maybe not direct doing his thing or procedure; not within the typical program; not simple; maybe not reasonable and open; equivocal: because, indirect method of accomplishing an object.
    • Unfair, dishonest, dishonorable.

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