Definition of redirection in English:

redirection

Pronunciation /riːdʌɪˈrɛkʃ(ə)n//riːdɪˈrɛkʃ(ə)n/

noun

mass noun
  • The action of assigning or directing something to a new or different place or purpose.

    ‘the redirection of available resources to more productive uses’
    ‘mail redirection’
    count noun ‘the problem included link redirections to explicit websites’
    • ‘My realtor is handling the connection of all my utilities, newspapers, mail redirection, TV hookups - at no additional cost.’
    • ‘The advent of the 'talkie' in the late 1920s brought yet another redirection in his career.’
    • ‘Sometimes a URL will have a redirection prefix which can be used to track click-through traffic.’
    • ‘This could lead to the redirection of disposable income to energy costs, especially affecting the lower income categories.’
    • ‘The chamber continues to oppose "state-mandated redirection of Northeast Florida's water resources."’
    • ‘Does the redirection of available resources into the War on Terror reflect an efficient use of scarce resources?’
    • ‘The author is clever and capable in his redirection of the narrative to focus on the couple rather than on their daughter.’
    • ‘Those who are vowed to celibacy should honor sexuality with forebearance and redirection of sexual energy into pure love and good and healthy works.’
    • ‘Manipulation of the marketplace leads to a redirection of class antagonism into a desire for material goods.’
    • ‘I targeted 25 employees who were critical to our strategic redirection.’

Pronunciation

redirection

/riːdʌɪˈrɛkʃ(ə)n//riːdɪˈrɛkʃ(ə)n/