Meaning of ADDRESS in English

I. verb see: dress Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. archaic direct , aim , to direct to go ; send , 2. to direct the efforts or attention of (oneself) , to deal with ; treat , to make ready, 4. to communicate directly , to speak or write directly to, 5. to mark directions for delivery on , to consign to the care of another (as an agent or factor), to greet by a prescribed form, to adjust the club preparatory to hitting (a golf ball), to identify (as a computer peripheral or memory location) by an ~ or a name for information transfer, intransitive verb to direct one's speech or attentions, ~er noun II. noun Date: 1539 dutiful and courteous attention especially in courtship, 2. readiness and capability for dealing (as with a person or problem) skillfully and smoothly ; adroitness, a making ready, 3. manner of bearing oneself , manner of speaking or singing ; delivery , a formal communication, 5. a place where a person or organization may be communicated with, directions for delivery on the outside of an object (as a letter or package), the designation of place of delivery placed between the heading and salutation on a business letter, the designation of a computer account from which one can send or receive e-mail, a preparatory position of the player and club in golf, 7. a location (as in the memory of a computer) where particular information is stored, a series of usually alphanumeric characters that specifies the storage location (as on a network or in a computer's memory) of particular information , see: tact

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