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A direct object is a noun phrase (noun or pronoun) or clause which follows a verb used transitively and directly 'suffers' the action denoted by the verb:
For example, in English:
- Peter is reading the book.
- He loves it.
In linguistics notation, a direct object is denoted either DO, Od or Od.
Contrast indirect object.