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address

noun [C]
 
 
/əˈdres/ US  /ˈædres/
BUILDING DETAILS A1 the details of where a building is, including the building number, road name, town, etc
adres
The postal system
ELECTRONIC A1 a series of letters, signs, or numbers used to send email to someone or to reach a page of information on the Internet
adres
an email/web address Internet terminology and abbreviations
SPEECH a formal speech to a group of people
wystąpienie, orędzie
→  See also forwarding address , public address system Lecturing and addressing
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