Directly [adverb]

Definition of Directly:

the shortest route

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Sentence/Example of Directly:

ClearFlame is aiming to work directly with the engine manufacturer, which will still give the company access to the secondary market because every OEM has its own aftermarket parts group, Johnson said.

The installation is fairly simple as it can be hung from a hook or nail directly into the wall.

In other words, unions reduce the need for government redistribution through a sort of pre-distribution that’s negotiated directly by employers and workers.

In the 13 years since, the Gateway brand has languished largely unused, while Acer built up its own name in the United States directly.

You’ll be able to create another desktop, navigate the ones you have, and, if you don’t have any, you’ll be able to directly open files you’ve used recently.

It’s really what D2C is all about — it’s a channel that connects you directly with your customers … To me that is the lifeblood of an organization.

People would become upset if I addressed them directly with a problem, so I would try to work around issues when they came up.

The CARES Act can help local governments weather the downturn, but the law covers only costs directly attributable to the pandemic.

Maybe if you’re not directly impacted by the burns, it can seem like the late-summer news out of California is always about fire, and that this year isn’t much different.

This, however, did not apply to the waters lying directly around the Poloe and Flatland groups.