Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Director"

The meaning of "Director" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The director indicated that she would be out of town when the decision was made up of the location of the new offices.

This " made up " means "decided".
why?
I think "make up" means to combine several materials, or to become friendly someone again. mean?
A:

“Made up” does not mean “decided”

“Made up” means to create or combine

Think of it like this. In the sentence, the decision was created (made up).

When they use “made up” this way, it means to create. They created the decision.

Make sense? 😁
Q: What does A director of a musical I was once in would become incensed when actors waiting in the wings would bump into the curtains. mean?
A: Incensed means very angry so ‘the director of a musical I was in would become very angry when actors waiting in the Winn’s would bump into the curtains’
Q: What does administrative director in theatre mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does Those who disagreed with the director's viewpoint were gradually edged out of the company. mean?
A: This means that director slowly got rid of all those people who disagreed with him

Example sentences using "Director"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I want director to approve my work. If I write in the mail that

”Dear....
Please kindly approve... before 5 p.m. of June, 25. There are 6 items below.
......”

Is it ok? or have polite sentence to suggest?
.
A: I think it would be more polite to phrase it like a question instead of a command.

"Dear ...,
Would you please approve ... before June 25 at 5 p.m.? There are 6 items bellow:
..."
Q: Please show me example sentences with director.
A: The director of the movie is very artistic.

Synonyms of "Director" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between director of ... and director for ... ?
A: director of = director of (subject or department)
director for= director for (institution or company)

So a person may be "Director of Science and Technology" at a university. They are the manager of that department in the university.

On the other hand, a person may be "Director for IBM Canada". This indicates that they work for the company. It doesn't indicate that they control the company. In fact, it indicates that they take their orders from the company.

Or put simply, just ask these questions...

director of WHAT?
director for WHO?
Q: What is the difference between director and headmaster and principal ?
A: director is mainly for the person who directs the movie productions. Headmaster and principal are the same
Q: What is the difference between director and manager ?
A: Manager is a lot more common. Given that the workplace is small, I don't think there would be a director in the building. However, if a company is big enough, there could be room for a director, which would be one of the highest position. Within the same building, there would also be manager, which are usually put in charge of smaller teams within the workplace. They could be put under someone else when it comes to authority.
Q: What is the difference between The director of studies must be informed of any changes to the time table. and The director of studies must be informed of any changes in the time table. ?
A: You can use either one, they both mean the same thing
Q: What is the difference between director general and general manager and managing director ?
A: Typically the person below the CEO is the COO or president of the company.

Translations of "Director"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The directors are discussing for three hours.
A: "The directors have been discussing for three hours."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? director general
A: It could be general manager or managing director
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? director (slowly please)
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? director de cine
A: movie director
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? director
A: @xnuttyx: as a native English speaker I can confirm this.
你的意思是用中文怎么说“director”吗?你问了用英文怎么说director

Other questions about "Director"

Q: The director and the coach of a universty American football team have been under heavy fire, because they allegedly forced one of the players to tuckle the other team's QB off play.
The conduct was obviously a foul even unlawful.
The wrongdoer had been under a lot of pressure from them and was told this was the only way he could join the match.
If he were cunning enough to make the conduct not that obvious, like tuckling the QB in play to hurt him, the things would have got more complicated. does this sound natural?
A: Change this to: The director and the coach of an American university football team have been under heavy fire, because they allegedly forced one of the players to tackle the other team's QB off play.
The conduct was obviously a foul, even unlawful.
The wrongdoer had been under a lot of pressure from them and was told this was the only way he could join the match.
If he were cunning enough to make the conduct less obvious, like tackling the QB in play to hurt him, the things would have gotten more complicated.
Q: He is best director I've ever seen in his way making beatiful image. does this sound natural?
A: He is the best director I've ever seen. His way of directing scenes is beautiful.
Q: I watched “Whiplash”. I have wanted to watch it because “La-La-Land” was excellent and it was made by same director. “Whiplash” made me think that out of ordinal effort is necessarity to reach beyond expectation of audience. does this sound natural?
A: "Whiplash made me think that extraordinary effort is necessary to go beyond the audience's expectations." sounds a little better! :)
Q: The directors spent a lot of time to discuss the new project, but it paid off. It's been a success. does this sound natural?
A: "The directors spent a lot of time discussing the new project" is a bit more natural
Q: "He is a famous director for a movie called Old Boy." does this sound natural?
A: It's " He is a famous director [from] a movie called Old Boy. " It would be [for] if you were to say for example: " The director is famous for Old Boy." :)

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