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direct current an electric current that flows in one direction.
direction control or guidance. [4 definitions]
directly in a direct line or way; straight. [3 definitions]
direct object the part of a sentence that shows the object, goal, or receiver of the action of a verb. "The ball" in "She kicked the ball" is a direct object.
director a person who guides the affairs of a business or other organization. [2 definitions]
directory a list of names and addresses of people or businesses.
dirigible an airship that can be steered or guided, such as a blimp.
dirt loose earth or soil. [2 definitions]
dirty not clean; soiled. [6 definitions]
dis- a prefix that means "not" or "lack of." [2 definitions]
disability the condition or state of being unable to do certain things, especially when caused by an injury, illness, or other medical condition. [2 definitions]
disable to take away a person's ability. [2 definitions]
disabled not working. [2 definitions]
disadvantage a condition or situation that makes it more difficult to succeed. [2 definitions]
disagree to differ in opinion. [3 definitions]
disagreeable causing dislike; not pleasant. [2 definitions]
disagreement a difference of opinion. [2 definitions]
disappear to be no longer seen. [2 definitions]
disappearance the act of disappearing or the fact of having disappeared.
disappoint to fail to do or give something expected or hoped for.
disappointed If you are disappointed, you are unhappy because what you hoped for did not happen or because something is not as good as you expected.