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address /ə'dres/
  • danh từ
    • địa chỉ
    • bài nói chuyện, diễn văn
    • cách nói năng; tác phong lúc nói chuyện
    • sự khéo léo, sự khôn ngoan
    • (số nhiều) sự ngỏ ý, sự tỏ tình, sự tán tỉnh
      • to pay one's addresses to a lady: tán tỉnh một bà, tỏ tình với một bà
    • (thương nghiệp) sự gửi đi một chuyến tàu hàng
    • ngoại động từ
      • đề địa chỉ
        • to a letter: đề địa chỉ trên một bức thư
      • gửi
        • to address a letter to somebody: gửi một bức thư cho ai
      • xưng hô, gọi
        • how to address an ambassador: xưng hô như thế nào với một đại sứ
      • nói với, nói chuyện với, diễn thuyết trước; viết cho
        • to oneself to someone: nói với ai; viết (thư) cho ai
        • to address an audience: nói với thính giả, diễn thuyết trước thính giả
      • to address oneself to chăm chú, toàn tâm toàn ý
        • to address oneself to a task: toàn tâm toàn ý với nhiệm vụ
      • (thể dục,thể thao) nhắm
        • to address the ball: nhắm quả bóng (trước khi đánh gôn)
    Concise Dictionary
    addrest|addresses|addressed|addressingə'dres
    noun
    +(computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored
    +the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with
    +the act of delivering a formal spoken communication to an audience
    +the manner of speaking to another individual
    +a sign in front of a house or business carrying the conventional form by which its location is described
    +written directions for finding some location; written on letters or packages that are to be delivered to that location
    +the stance assumed by a golfer in preparation for hitting a golf ball
    +social skill
    verb
    +speak to
    +give a speech to
    +put an address on (an envelope)
    +direct a question at someone
    +address or apply oneself to something, direct one's efforts towards something, such as a question
    +greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name
    +access or locate by address
    +deal with verbally or in some form of artistic expression
    +speak to someone
    +adjust and aim (a golf ball) at in preparation of hitting

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 speech, talk, discourse, oration, lecture; sermon:
    The Prime Minister's address to the nation was broadcast last night.
    2 location, whereabouts:
    She couldn't write to me because she didn't have my address.
    v.
    3 speak or talk to; deliver or give a speech to; lecture:
    After the coup, the general addressed the crowd in the square.
    4 greet, hail, accost, approach:
    She was addressing strangers in the street to ask their views on women's rights.
    5 address oneself to. devote or direct or apply oneself to:
    After the holidays, I again addressed myself to studying for examinations.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] details of where sb lives or works and where letters, etc. can be sent: What's your name and address? + I'll give you my address and telephone number. + Is that your home address? + an address book (= that you write addresses and phone numbers in) + an e-mail address + Please note my change of address. + Police found him at an address (= a house or flat / apartment) in West London. + people of no fixed address (= with no permanent home)
    See also - FORWARDING ADDRESS
    2 [C] a formal speech that is made in front of an audience: tonight's televised presidential address
    3 [U] form / mode of ~ the correct title, etc. to use when you talk to sb
    + verb [VN]
    1 [usually passive] ~ sth (to sb/sth) to write on an envelope, etc. the name and address of the person, company, etc. that you are sending it to by mail: The letter was correctly addressed, but delivered to the wrong house. + Address your application to the Personnel Manager.
    See also - SAE, SASE
    2 to make a formal speech to a group of people: to address a meeting / rally / conference + The President has been asked to address the assembly.
    3 ~ sb
    ~ sth to sb (formal) to say sth directly to sb: I was surprised when he addressed me in English. + Any questions should be addressed to your teacher. + The book is addressed to the general reader.
    4 ~ sb (as sth) to use a particular name or title for sb when you speak or write to them: There are different ways in which to address a member of the royal family. + The judge should be addressed as 'Your Honour'. + In Britain, a surgeon is addressed as 'Mr' not 'Dr'.
    5 ~ (yourself to) sth (formal) to think about a problem or a situation and decide how you are going to deal with it: Your essay does not address the real issues. + We must address ourselves to the problem of traffic pollution.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 where you live/work

    ADJ.

    home, private | business | contact
    Please leave a contact address.
    | forwarding, return
    There was no return address on the back of the envelope.
    | postal | full
    Please write your full postal address.
    | false, wrong
    He gave a false address to the police.
    | correct, right | useful | secret | fashionable
    Cheyne Walk was a very fashionable address.

    VERB + ADDRESS

    give, leave, write

    ADDRESS + NOUN

    book

    PREP.

    at a/the ~
    I'm afraid there's nobody called Williams at this address.

    PHRASES

    a change of address
    Please inform us of any change of address.
    | name and address, no fixed address
    a man of no fixed address

    2 speech

    ADJ.

    short | inaugural, keynote, opening | public
    a public address system
    | radio, televised/television | election | presidential

    VERB + ADDRESS

    deliver, give
    The prime minister delivered the keynote address at the conference.

    PREP.

    in a/the ~
    He gave details of the policy in an address to party members.
    | ~ by
    an address by the Chancellor of the University
    | ~ to
    a radio address to the nation

    verb

    1 write name and address

    ADV.

    correctly, properly | personally
    The minister did not reply to my letter although I addressed it to him personally.

    PREP.

    to

    PHRASES

    a stamped addressed envelope
    Please send a stamped addressed envelope and we will send you a copy of our brochure.

    2 say sth to sb

    ADV.

    by name, directly
    She did not address him by name. He never addressed her directly.

    PREP.

    to
    He addressed his comments to the chairman.

    3 deal with problem

    ADV.

    directly, explicitly, specifically | fully | adequately
    These concerns were not adequately addressed in the report.
    | successfully

    VERB + ADDRESS

    seek to
    the problems we are seeking to address
    | fail to

    PHRASES

    address yourself to sth
    The authors of the book address themselves to the question of unemployment.



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