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address

verb /əˈdres/
to put a name and address on (an envelope etc)
poner la dirección, dirigir
Address the parcel clearly.
(formal) to speak or write to
dirigir a
He addressed his remarks to the younger members of the audience.
(formal) to begin to deal with a problem
Encargarse de
The government needs to address the issue of unemployment.
to use a particular name or title when you speak or write to someone
Dirigirse como
How should the students address the lecturers?
addressee /ӕd-/ noun the person to whom a letter etc is addressed.
destinatario
(Definition of address from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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