addressnoun [ C ]uk /əˈdres/ us /ˈæd.res/
address noun [ C ] (HOME DETAILS)
a change of address 地址变更
- Any further correspondence should be sent to my new address.
- Please send the articles to the address given above.
- Her new address is 12 Warwickshire Mansions.
- He hasn't written to me recently - perhaps he's lost my address.
- Please print your name and address in block capitals.
address noun [ C ] (COMPUTERS)
addressverb [ T ]uk /əˈdres/ us /əˈdres/
address verb [ T ] (SPEAK TO)
C2 formal to speak or write to someone对…讲话，对…发表演说，致词；给…写信，致函
- She stood up to address a hushed courtroom.
- It's incorrect to address people by their first names at these formal events.
- He stepped out onto the balcony to address the multitude below.
- Kindly address your remarks to the bench, Mr Smith.
- All questions should be addressed to the chair.
address verb [ T ] (DEAL WITH)
- They are guilty of a cowardly failure to address the problem.
- Her speech was full of excuses and evasions and never properly addressed the issue.
- As employers we need to be seen to be addressing these issues sympathetically.
- The government has to address the rise in violent crime.
- Airports are trying to address security concerns without causing inconvenience to passengers.