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addressnoun [C]

 us   /əˈdres, ˈæd·res/

address noun [C] (PLACE)

the specific place where a person, business, or organization can be found and where mail can be received: What is your street address now? I need your home and your business address. An address is also a group of letters or numbers and an @ symbol used to send electronic mail to someone: My e-mail address is pjh17@cambridge.org.

address noun [C] (SPEAK TO)

a formal speech: The graduation address was very dull.
(Definition of address noun from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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