address

address1 v adressieren, anreden, das Wort ergreifen, (zu jmdm.) sprechen; sich befassen mit, angehen (ein Problem); sich richten an
address2 Adresse f, Anschrift f; Ansprache f, Vortrag m

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  • address — I. verb Etymology: Middle English adressen, from Anglo French adrescer, from a (from Latin ad ) + drescer to to direct, put right more at dress Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. archaic a. direct, aim …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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