Definition of 'address'
Example sentences containing 'address'
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Please include your full name and address. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The policy was designed to address the number of workers not saving enough for their retirement. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And try to devise solutions that help us address more than one thing at the same time. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Utilities must also address data privacy and security concerns. Computing (2010)This is a very difficult problem to address at long range. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The inspection report said that the department was failing to act on information such as the addresses of people who applied to open bank accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can set the URL address bar to use your chosen search engine. Computing (2010)They had stolen her handbag, which held her house keys and address, while she cared for her elderly mum. The Sun (2016)It seemed clear that the church's address was being used by students buying a TV who were unwilling to pay the licence fee. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was asked how the complaint should be dealt with, and Paragon suggested that a letter providing the address of the ombudsman would suffice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is also tracking email addresses used to set up policies. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You could have printed the names and addresses in the national press a hundred years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is his favourite form of address. Times, Sunday Times (2012)These issues have already been addressed by other people. THE AGE OF CONSENT (2003)What we want is the address of the house where you meet the others. Richard TempleTheir addresses and telephone numbers have been given within each section. A Guide to Britain's Conservation Heritage (1991)Sharing your own story is one way to address that dynamic. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This not only gives the address but also how many people are involved. The Sun (2012)He will attempt to stabilise his position today by giving a speech that addresses immigration concerns. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So send yours to either address at the top of the page. The Sun (2009)What is the correct way to address her? Times, Sunday Times (2006)He used his home address and telephone number as a public contact point. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In most cities a coalition has been formed to address racial concerns. Christianity Today (2000)Each is stamped on the bottom with the address of the house the wood came from. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The matter of taste could be addressed in a number of curious ways. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Send them to one of the addresses below. The Sun (2012)He has also addressed a sometimes wayward reputation by going teetotal for the past five months. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Include your full name and address. The Sun (2013)It was said of him that he spent more of his time rewriting his speeches and public addresses than any other president. Peril and Promise: A Commentary on America (1990)Main trading address Secret location. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Also Google the street address: the results may surprise you. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'address'
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Translations for 'address'
British English: address /əˈdrɛs/ NOUN
speech If you give an address to a group of people, you give a speech to them.
- American English: address speech
- Arabic: خِطَاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: discurso
- Chinese: 发言
- Croatian: govor
- Czech: projev
- Danish: tale
- Dutch: toespraak
- European Spanish: alocución
- Finnish: puhe julkinen
- French: discours
- German: Ansprache
- Greek: ομιλία
- Italian: discorso
- Japanese: 演説 speech
- Korean: 연설
- Norwegian: foredrag
- Polish: przemówienie
- European Portuguese: discurso
- Romanian: adresare
- Russian: обращение
- Spanish: discurso
- Swedish: föredrag
- Thai: คำปราศรัย
- Turkish: hitap
- Ukrainian: звернення
- Vietnamese: bài diễn văn
British English: address /əˈdrɛs/ NOUN
where you live Your address is the number of the house, the name of the street, and the town where you live or work.
The address is 24 Cherry Road, Springfield.
- American English: address location
- Arabic: عُنْوان
- Brazilian Portuguese: endereço
- Chinese: 地址
- Croatian: adresa
- Czech: adresa
- Danish: adresse
- Dutch: adres
- European Spanish: dirección señas
- Finnish: osoite
- French: adresse
- German: Adresse
- Greek: διεύθυνση
- Italian: indirizzo
- Japanese: 住所 location
- Korean: 주소
- Norwegian: adresse
- Polish: adres
- European Portuguese: endereço
- Romanian: adresă
- Russian: адрес
- Spanish: dirección domicilio
- Swedish: adress bostadsuppgift
- Thai: ที่อยู่
- Turkish: adres
- Ukrainian: адреса
- Vietnamese: địa chỉ
British English: address VERB
If a letter, envelope, or parcel is addressed to you, your name and address have been written on it.
Applications should be addressed to: The business affairs editor.
Definition of address from the Collins English Dictionary
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