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directional

1. Electronics
a. having or relating to an increased sensitivity to radio waves, sound waves, nuclear particles, etc., coming from a particular direction
b. (of an aerial) transmitting or receiving radio waves more effectively in some directions than in others
2. Physics Electronics
a. concentrated in, following, or producing motion in a particular direction
b. indicating direction
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directional

In one direction. Contrast with omnidirectional.
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