transcription, транскрипция: [ ɪndaɪrekt, -dɪr- ]
An indirect result or effect is not caused immediately and obviously by a thing or person, but happens because of something else that they have done.
Businesses are feeling the indirect effects from the recession that’s going on elsewhere...
ADJ : usu ADJ n
Drugs are indirectly responsible for the violence...
ADV : usu ADV adj , ADV with v , also ADV with cl
An indirect route or journey does not use the shortest or easiest way between two places.
The goods went by a rather indirect route.
Indirect remarks and information suggest something or refer to it, without actually mentioning it or stating it clearly.
His remarks amounted to an indirect appeal for economic aid...
He referred indirectly to the territorial dispute.
ADV : ADV with v