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address British & World English

The particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated

address English Thesaurus

Juliet looked at the scribbled address on the envelope

address bar British & World English

A text box in a web browser displaying the address of the web page that is currently being viewed

IP address British & World English

A unique string of numbers separated by full stops that identifies each computer using the Internet Protocol to communicate over a network

IP address New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

string identifying each computer attached to the Internet

address book British & World English

A book for recording the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of friends, acquaintances, etc.

change address British & World English

Move house or business premises

forwarding address British & World English

An address given as the correct destination for mail to be sent on to after the intended recipient has moved house or changed location

Gettysburg Address British & World English

A speech delivered on 19 November 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln at the dedication of the national cemetery on the site of the Battle of Gettysburg

accommodation address British & World English

An address for correspondence used by a person who wishes to conceal or does not have a permanent address

form of address British & World English

A name or title used in speaking or writing to a person of a specified rank or function

telegraphic address British & World English

An abbreviated or other registered address for use in telegrams

public address system British & World English

A system of microphones, amplifiers, and loudspeakers used to amplify speech or music in a large building or at an outdoor gathering

address someone as in address British & World English

Name someone (in the specified way) when talking to them

address something to in address British & World English

Say or write remarks or a protest to

change address in change British & World English

Move house or business premises

readdress British & World English

Change the address written or printed on (a letter or parcel)

form of address in address British & World English

A name or title used in speaking or writing to a person of a specified rank or function

Gettysburg Address in Gettysburg New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

town in Pennsylvania, scene of a battle and the Gettysburg Address by Lincoln in 1863

State of the Union British & World English

A yearly address delivered in January by the President of the US to Congress, giving the administration’s view of the state of the nation and plans for legislation


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