Meaning of ADDRESS in English

ADDRESS

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a fashionable resort/area/address etc

He runs a fashionable restaurant near the Harbor.

a letter is addressed to sb (= has their name and address on the envelope )

The letter was addressed to Mr. John Appleby.

address a conference (= give a speech at one )

He received a warm welcome when he addressed the conference.

address a meeting (= speak to the people at a meeting )

A member of Greenpeace addressed the protest meeting.

address a question (= start trying to deal with it )

Two questions need to be addressed.

address a rally (= speak to the crowd at a rally )

The next evening he addressed a large anti-government rally.

address the jury (= speak to it )

The defence lawyer stood up to address the jury.

address your remarks to sb (= make your remarks to someone )

He addressed all his remarks to her husband.

an email address

What’s your email address?

an Internet address (= the address of a website )

The company charges $100 to register a new internet address.

forwarding address

Did she leave a forwarding address ?

home address/number (= the address or telephone number of your house )

IP address

keynote speech/address/lecture etc

He is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at an awards ceremony.

leave...forwarding address

Did she leave a forwarding address ?

return address

stamped addressed envelope

tackle/address a problem (= deal with it )

There is more than one way to tackle this problem.

web address

website address

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

email

The email address can be broken down into two parts.

For example, they might send themselves to all the contacts in your email address book.

Where can I pet an email address ?

You should get at least one email address thrown in by your Internet Provider with your access account.

To help the process, Napster has published the email addresses of key music business execs on its site.

For example, make sure you have some kind of contact point-an email address is the minimum.

An email address isn't enough.

How do I read an email address ?

full

Please include your own full address details so that we can keep you informed.

Include your full name and address , and request that your name be removed from their mailing list.

To comply with the intermediate advert requirements the advert must include a full postal address or phone number. 8.

The reason for the full name and address ?

It is not necessary to state the full address of the property being purchased.

Correct Addressing and Packaging Show the full correct postal address which should include the post town and postcode.

Would you be good enough to re-advise me of your full address so that I can send the documents to you?

Never give your full address to some one that you have just spent your first evening with.

inaugural

She game her first inaugural address at the diocesan meeting held in Chester.

To be sure, an inaugural address is not the occasion for a president to list the details of his legislative agenda.

This is the same president who did not raise a single foreign policy issue in his second inaugural address .

They invited Ramsey to give the inaugural address .

Clinton repeated his call, made in his first inaugural address in 1993, for political reform.

The president closed the speech with a return to the racial healing theme of his Jan. 20 inaugural address .

The elaborate cycle was repeated numerous times as the inaugural address neared.

opening

The opening address lasted two and a half hours, shorter than I'd expected.

After the last prosecution witness had given his statement, Kesselring's defence counsel rose to give his opening address .

presidential

Perhaps this was best articulated in the course of the presidential address to the Association by Sidney Lee in 1918.

His presidential address in New York dwelt on the importance of communication between science and industry.

public

His own followers cheered him repeatedly as the rhetoric boomed out through the slight electronic distortion of the public address systems.

They gathered each night in a 228-car parking lot, speaking over a public address system.

He didn't see why he shouldn't have a stab at the more serious mode of public address .

Yes, there is a public address system, but I don't believe that is working either.

The doors had come open and there was a voice on a public address system shouting something.

All it lacks is the screaming public address announcer to be a total steal, and a bad one at that.

Selection of appropriate communication media, including the use of notice boards, paging devices and public address systems.

In 1993, when they re-emerged to give public addresses , they numbered 24.

return

L.P.E has many database functions for storing commonly used addresses and can automatically print a return address on each envelope if required.

Just a look at the return address: Office of the Jury Commissioner.

And there will need to be a note on return address , return by date etc.

Not only is the return address on the e-mail almost certainly fraudulent, but responding to spam creates more traffic.

Apart from noting the return addresses on the envelope, those who stayed didn't think much about the world outside.

The return address was left blank, and a list of suspects could prove endless.

In some cases they note the original postmark and return address .

Sandarusi said he did not notice a return address .

■ NOUN

book

An address book with ambiguous leads.

The address book stores all the essential name and address details and provides room for telephone numbers and a general comment.

Address controller can print in many formats from name and address book to Roladex/Index card.

Ray Rawlins called everybody he knew and told them to bring whisky; then he went through his address book for girls.

This feat is achieved visually by using tabs along the bottom of the worksheets which mimic the tabs in an address book .

After the address book came the false names.

contact

The video box illustration carries various official body contact addresses on the back for further information on the river.

Gave the name of his solicitors in London as his contact address .

These advertisements generally use a Box number at the publication as the contact address and may be placed by the client.

There is also a list of productions screened during the event, with synopses, technical details and contact addresses .

Do you have any other contact address ?

The contact telephone number and the contact address he had memorised.

See page 29-30 for more information and contact addresses .

home

It is called a synonym, and will overflow from its natural home address because that is already full.

The Department of Correction, in a blunder Ryan shakes her head over still, inadvertently gave Carter her home address .

I made a note of Mahoney's home address and returned the paper to the waste basket.

A graduation program from 1930 lists the now world-famed cook as Julia McWilliams, her home address as Pasadena.

Very large numbers of synonyms for even a few home addresses can make it impractical, however.

She made no mention of her activities at Denison House, listing it only as her home address .

In the nomination paper the candidate must set out his surname and other names in full and, his home address .

Like many, Martin had lied about his home address in order to get into a school in a better neighborhood.

keynote

The keynote address was given by Sir Desmond Lorimer, who also presented the awards to the winners.

She was the first black woman to make a keynote address to the national convention of a major political party.

Stewart's keynote address Sunday, which featured slides of her kitchen renovations, did little to perk them up.

Molinari delivers the keynote address on Tuesday.

Bill Gates will supposedly do the honours himself in his Windows World keynote address .

Despite her keynote address at the 1996 Republican National Convention, her national profile remains low.

Susan Molinari, who never mentioned the issue in her keynote address .

system

His own followers cheered him repeatedly as the rhetoric boomed out through the slight electronic distortion of the public address systems .

They gathered each night in a 228-car parking lot, speaking over a public address system .

The doors had come open and there was a voice on a public address system shouting something.

Yes, there is a public address system , but I don't believe that is working either.

Selection of appropriate communication media, including the use of notice boards, paging devices and public address systems .

There was a public address system for the music and her house was vibrating.

There was a crackle of static, like a public address system at a church social, then another record started.

A new public address system will be installed and the cabs modified to suit driver-only operation.

■ VERB

change

You change your name and address and never tell a soul you saw it.

The idea was that this woman, Mrs MarIa Baker,. had changed addresses recently.

Residence changed in April - address to follow.

She would look forward to changing her address , she decided.

By changing this address to that of the new driver all the data is re-routed through the interface.

I stayed on the club's committee, even though the burden of the general cost of living made me change address .

So, we're in the process of changing the affected addresses on the list at this end.

deliver

She attended Wellesley College where she was the first student to deliver the graduation address .

In January 1961, Eisenhower delivered his farewell address .

But after their three-hour presentation, Ranieri rose to deliver the closing address .

It wasn't Rudy intention to play the role of the Gipper or deliver an address like Lincoln at Gettysburg.

Molinari delivers the keynote address on Tuesday.

Clinton appeared unruffled by the last-minute hitch, delivering his hour-long address in a crisp and fluid style.

President Herrera, as customary, delivered the opening address .

give

Once assembled, they are welcomed by the captain and the judge for the day gives a short address .

She looked at Tony, and hesitated, and then gave me the address in a clear voice.

Was he wise to give Joanne Menzies his address ?

And the president was not likely to complete his revisions until shortly before he gives his noon address .

In 1996, Internet service providers will help solve the problem, giving users number-free addresses based on their real names.&038;.

The newspaper John Hebden worked for had told Dexter the journalist was on holiday and gave out his address in Acton.

The man did not think that Boy ever gave his address or phone number to anyone.

use

Oonagh used it as an address for letters.

He was using false addresses on every form he filled out.

Wellcome therefore adopted a different approach to meet this problem and developed a separate management information system using extracts from the address .

Clinton used his weekly radio address to urge Congress to pass a health-care overhaul bill sponsored by Sen.

This is usually the case when fixed-point binary format is used to represent store addresses , for example.

Entering a name into the diary for instance can be used to trigger an address search.

So, using the public address you send, to that zone only, a warning for them to take care.

All this information must also be included on captions, and if plain paper is being used the address should be added.

write

Please write your name and address on the back.

We can be contacted by writing to the address below or telephone where sponsorship forms can be obtained.

The court allowed him to write the address on a piece of paper, rather than state it publicly.

She labelled them neatly, writing the addresses in ball point pen and capital letters.

Victoria hastily wrote down an address , and ran off just in time to catch the bus coming down the hill.

Please write to the address above for details.

If you have any legal queries, write the address on page three.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

be of/have no fixed abode/address

Both were said to be of no fixed abode, although they originate from the Old Swan district of Liverpool.

I was of no fixed abode, but I'd finished my time so they still let me go.

contact number/address/details

Books can be entered and modified as can contact details.

Frequently there is no contact number, so even if we like the music, we can't do much about it.

Gave the name of his solicitors in London as his contact address.

The video box illustration carries various official body contact addresses on the back for further information on the river.

These advertisements generally use a Box number at the publication as the contact address and may be placed by the client.

These provide the contact details and an indication of charges for more than 20 online brokers.

This time we have remembered to put our contact numbers below.

deliver a speech/lecture/address etc

All the staff of the company director delivered a speech.

But the spectre of delivering a speech brown-nosing the teachers jammed her imagination.

Fidel Castro delivering speeches in the fields and plazas.

It wasn't Rudy intention to play the role of the Gipper or deliver an address like Lincoln at Gettysburg.

Mr Delors was at the London School of Economics, less than a mile away, delivering a lecture.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

I checked my address book for Rick's house number.

Notify your credit card company of any change of address .

What's your address and telephone number?

Write down your name, address , and phone number.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

In these years he often changed his address in the East End of London.

She ended her address by describing her personal image of the Holy Spirit.

To win one of ten free memberships, send your name and address on a postcard to Club BonViveur.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

directly

The question of particle numbers is not directly addressed .

Instead these concerns and fears should be brought out and directly addressed .

The vocative case indicates that the person or thing being named is being addressed directly , eg Yes, sir.

Every master directly addressed only some ten or so assistants, who in turn taught the pupils.

It will be seen that this falls somewhat short of the first resort approach, which the brief does not directly address .

This meant transforming Elizabeth into a type of divine principal whose sexuality was not directly addressed .

There have been only limited studies which directly address the effect of cholesteryl esters on the stability of biologic membranes.

to

Or how energy impinging on the nervous system is transformed into information in, or addressed to , the nervous system.

■ NOUN

audience

Administrator Michael Barnes was given a standing ovation after addressing the audience .

Gabriel, acting as narrator and addressing the audience throughout, comes to realize he has never truly known his wife.

It did not disconcert Sly that he found himself addressing an audience who were all wearing false dingo ears.

He said he found this a useful trick when addressing restive or sleepy audiences .

It can be said he was addressing a captive audience ... of stooges.

They have to address an unseen audience through the camera and they can prepare a script for their talk.

On 22 April there was a mass rally at the Albert Hall where Mosley addressed an audience of 10,000 supporters.

conference

This particular conference also addresses the way in which teachers can be supported in their research.

I announced such a review at a conference that I addressed the other day.

This, to us, highlights the opportunism of this conference in failing to address the pressing basic issues which confront women.

convention

It was the first opportunity for the second-term congressman and former television producer to address a national political convention .

The departure came just hours before Clinton triumphantly addressed the convention delegates, who unanimously nominated him for re-election Wednesday night.

One of the last great red-hot liberals addressed the Democratic convention Tuesday, but he was something of an afterthought.

crowd

Sukarno began to tour Java, addressing massive crowds on the theme of the awakening of national consciousness.

Leaders of the opposition coalition Zajedno, or Together, address the crowd .

Finbar O'Doherty was cheered loudly when he mounted the stairway to address the crowd .

DiMaggio did not address the crowd , but when he lifted his arms to receive their cheers, no words were necessary.

A mixture of sorrow and jubilation punctuated the voices of those who addressed the crowds .

In addition to addressing the crowds as he journeyed through Galilee and around Jerusalem, he drew aside to be with his closest associates.

He addressed a crowd of his civilian supporters at Baabda on Oct. 12, when he only narrowly escaped an assassination attempt.

envelope

I waited behind him a moment, looking at the Bonnards again while he addressed the envelope .

An address book makes addressing envelopes easy after writing letters.

He'd even addressed the envelope , bought the stamp by himself and posted it.

I addressed the three envelopes , folded the letters, and slipped the sheets inside.

Also, when you are addressing an envelope to a man alone, would you use Mr or Esq?

Individuals seeking first-day cancellations of the new stamps should purchase them at a post office and place them on addressed envelopes .

William photocopied it for her while she addressed an envelope .

He addressed the envelope to the Chief Constable of Hampshire.

issue

In the chapter by Martin Hughes on children's uses of computers, both intellectual and social issues are addressed .

Gender-specific issues will also be addressed , along with workshops to develop problem-solving skills and to promote equality for women.

He argues that the main issue is not being addressed .

Transport vehicles are needed, routing issues must be addressed , and of course the transportation costs must be paid.

If necessary, coercion may be necessary to ensure that these issues are addressed .

Indeed, Moffett worked at a breathless pace to ensure that those issues were addressed before the annual meeting took place.

However, it's a very important issue and must be addressed properly.

After the draft, the Cardinals will have big issues to address .

letter

Make sure you have spelt and addressed your letter correctly.

Instead of addressing your letter to the personnel manager send it straight to the to-to the managing director.

Although she was Mum's youngest sister she always addressed her letters to Dad.

Twenty-two percent can not address a letter well enough to guarantee that it will reach its destination.

It may not be appropriate to address the letter to the Board in the position of a whole company disposal.

They addressed the letter to Avon and asked the bartender to post it in the morning.

This should be addressed in the offer letter given to the vendor.

matter

It is high time this was recognised and the real remaining problems addressed to improve matters .

Luxembourg and United States courts have addressed the matter , and the judgments reveal the reality of these fears.

We are committed to addressing this matter thoroughly.

Having made those general comments, I shall now address specific matters raised in the debate by Opposition Members.

Paul then addressed the matter of Fields's man-management.

There is truth in that: Charles Moore addresses the matter on this page.

Further, it addressed other secular matters relating specifically to the political situation following the fall of Brunhild.

Murder in the Cathedral addressed such matters , posed in a different way.

meeting

He was given an ancient, unreliable car and in this he made long journeys and addressed crowded meetings .

He also addressed innumerable public meetings and spent two memorable week ends at Oxford.

Missionaries were brought in to address the meeting on the advantages of a mission education.

He was thus involved in extensive travelling throughout the District, addressing meetings of branches, trade unions and co-operative societies.

My noble Friend the Under-Secretary of State addressed a meeting of farmers in my constituency.

There was then a deep distrust throughout the party. as Law discovered in 1920: Bonar addressed a mass meeting .

After addressing a public meeting in support of extending the franchise to agricultural workers he had caught a severe cold.

problem

The Government agreed to address the problem of falling access to justice and they established a review of legal aid eligibility.

But despite all this evidence, most organizations have yet to address the problem in any comprehensive or organized way.

I place on record appreciation to David Blackmore and his staff for all their efforts in addressing these problems .

The engram itself, upon which the lock depended, may not be accessible without a full Dianetic address to the problem .

A handful of online financial advisers such as Ask Figaro have plans to address this problem .

What are you doing to address those customer-identified problems ?

This essay addresses the problems of too many variables and not enough countries.

The speech addressed problems often discussed by President Clinton, but offered some starkly different solutions.

question

This question needs to be addressed , following the presidential election on May 20.

These are some of the questions to be addressed at the conference.

Here are a few of the analytic questions that might be addressed: 1.

These and connected questions will be addressed in Chapter 7.

This question is addressed more fully in Chapter 8.

The final question addressed was the need to institute a sensible programme for tourism.

These are deep and puzzling questions which will be addressed later in this chapter.

rally

Violence marked the funeral of Lalith Athulathmudali, a Sri Lankan opposition leader who was shot dead while addressing a rally .

He was assassinated the day after addressing a rally of striking sanitation workers in Memphis.

Trade unionist and the Cardinal Archbishop of Palermo addressed the rally .

His last big public appearance was on Dec. 24, when he addressed a rally of his supporters in Belgrade.

In 1951 and 1952 he continued to act as the Rassemblement's main spokesman, addressing rallies and holding press conferences.

subject

At a minimum, they can force the issue back on to the political agenda and make Republicans publicly address the subject again.

We will monitor the further developments and pronouncements of the several bodies presently addressing the subjects of corporate governance and accounting standards.

Numerous books and services address the subject , many aimed at Christians.

But when addressing the subject of wealth there are a couple of reminders.

As to serious and organised crime, in the 1990s we must address the subject of police structure with greater enthusiasm.

■ VERB

begin

That done, we can begin to address ourselves to identifying the right technical and political means for achieving them.

Things changed in the 1960s: Statutes began to address child abuse and family violence.

And until the Church begins to acknowledge and address the century in which it now finds itself, it will die.

Much later issues of race and class began to be addressed more seriously, after years of being ignored or side-stepped.

He began to address us and I found the way he spoke mesmeric.

He began to address the troops.

fail

The ones I spoke with believed that the authorities had failed to address the real issues.

And by failing to address them, it actually helps sustain them.

What this prohibition therefore fails to address or account for, is the obligation to promote the good of other animals.

But then you fail to address the core issue.

Middlesbrough Council housing chairman Bob Brady said the Government was failing to address an extremely serious problem.

Yet the fact is that most adolescents are using drugs, and our drug education programs fail to address that reality.

The ethos of psychiatry suits the marketing of Western drugs and fails to address racism.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

be of/have no fixed abode/address

Both were said to be of no fixed abode, although they originate from the Old Swan district of Liverpool.

I was of no fixed abode, but I'd finished my time so they still let me go.

contact number/address/details

Books can be entered and modified as can contact details.

Frequently there is no contact number, so even if we like the music, we can't do much about it.

Gave the name of his solicitors in London as his contact address.

The video box illustration carries various official body contact addresses on the back for further information on the river.

These advertisements generally use a Box number at the publication as the contact address and may be placed by the client.

These provide the contact details and an indication of charges for more than 20 online brokers.

This time we have remembered to put our contact numbers below.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Environmental problems relating to the factory have yet to be addressed.

Rifkind addressed a news conference before leaving for Beijing yesterday.

Suzanne turned to address the man asking the question.

The article addresses the problems of malnutrition in the state.

Three Republican candidates addressed a group of 500 senior citizens concerning tax cuts.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Every pupil should now be addressed by the police at least every two or three years.

He argues that the main issue is not being addressed.

Luxembourg and United States courts have addressed the matter, and the judgments reveal the reality of these fears.

Meanwhile, other politicians have offered their own proposals to address the advantages enjoyed by the wealthy.

None of them addressed the stadium as part of a park -- or a neighborhood -- or a great city.

Storni addresses this woman, upon whom the burden of stoicism sits heavy.

This question needs to be addressed, following the presidential election on May 20.

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