address

1. ə'dres verb
1) (to put a name and address on (an envelope etc): Address the parcel clearly.) poner la dirección, dirigir
2) (to speak or write to: I shall address my remarks to you only.) dirigir a

2. (American) 'ædres noun
1) (the name of the house, street, town etc where a person lives: His address is 30 Main St, Edinburgh.) dirección, señas
2) (a speech: He made a long and boring address.) discurso, alocución
address n dirección / señas
what's your address? ¿cuál es tu dirección?
address
tr[ə'dres]
noun
1 (on letter) dirección nombre femenino, señas nombre femenino plural
is that your business address or your home address? ¿es ésta su dirección profesional o particular?
2 (speech) discurso, alocución nombre femenino
transitive verb
1 (tackle) abordar
the problem must be addressed soon habrá que abordar pronto el problema
2 (speak to) dirigirse a
the chairman addressed the board el presidente se dirigió al consejo
3 (use title etc) llamar
they addressed him as "your highness' lo llamaron "su alteza"
you will address me as "sir' me llamarás "señor"
4 (letter) poner la dirección en
the letter didn't arrive because it was wrongly addressed la carta no llegó porque llevaba la dirección mal puesta
the letter was addressed to my mother la carta iba dirigida a mi madre
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to address oneself to somebody dirigirse a alguien
to address oneself to something aplicarse a algo
address book libro de direcciones
form of address tratamiento
address [ə'drɛs] vt
1) : dirigirse a, pronunciar un discurso ante
to address a jury: dirigirse a un jurado
2) : dirigir, ponerle la dirección a
to address a letter: dirigir una carta
address [ə'drɛs, 'æ.drɛs] n
1) speech: discurso m, alocución f
2) : dirección f (de una residencia, etc.)
address (Appeal)
n.
(§ pl.: addresses) = petición s.f. (Computing)
n.
(§ pl.: addresses) = dirección (Informática) s.f.
dirección s.f. (Degree of familiarity)
n.
(§ pl.: addresses) = trato s.m. (In letterhead)
n.
(§ pl.: addresses) = membrete s.m. (Indication)
n.
(§ pl.: addresses) = seña s.f. (Location)
n.
dirección s.f. (Speech)
n.
(§ pl.: addresses) = alocución s.f.
discurso s.m.
habla s.f.
v.
dirigir v.
enderezar v.
interpelar v.

I 'ædres, ə'dres
noun
1)
a) (of house, offices etc) dirección f, señas fpl

home address — dirección particular

address — (on form) domicilio

they're no longer at this address — ya no viven aquí; (before n)

address book — libreta f de direcciones

b) (Comput) dirección f
2) c (speech) discurso m, alocución f (frml)
3)

form of address — tratamiento m


II
1. ə'dres
transitive verb
1) (AmE also) 'ædres \<\<mail\>\> ponerle* la dirección a

the package was addressed to you — el paquete estaba dirigido a ti

2)
a) (speak to) \<\<person\>\> dirigirse* a; \<\<assembly\>\> pronunciar un discurso ante
b)

to address somebody AS something: they address her as ``madam'' — la llaman ``madam''

c) (direct) (frml) \<\<question/remark\>\> dirigir*

to address something to somebody — dirigir* algo a alguien

3) (deal with, confront) \<\<problem/issue\>\> tratar

2.
v refl
a) (speak to)

to address oneself to somebody — dirigirse* a alguien

b) (turn one's attention to) (frml)

to address oneself to something — dedicarse* a algo

[ǝ'dres]
1. N
1) [of house etc] dirección f , señas fpl

she isn't at this address any more — ya no vive en esta casa

business 2., forwarding, home 4.
2) (=speech) discurso m ; (=lecture) conferencia f

election address — (=speech) discurso m electoral; (=leaflet) carta f de propaganda electoral

public
3) (Parl etc) petición f , memorial m
4) (=title)

form of address — tratamiento m

5) (Comput) dirección f

absolute/relative address — dirección f absoluta/relativa

6) (=skill) destreza f , habilidad f
7) †† (=manners) modales mpl ; (=behaviour) conducta f , comportamiento m
8)

to pay one's addresses to — hacer la corte a, pretender a

2. VT
1) [+ letter] (=direct) dirigir (to a); (=put address on) poner la dirección en

the letter was addressed to the editor — la carta iba dirigida al director

I addressed it to your home — lo mandé a tu casa

this is addressed to you — esto viene con or a su nombre

this letter is wrongly addressed — esta carta lleva la dirección equivocada

I haven't addressed it yet — todavía no le he puesto la dirección

2) [+ person]
a) (=speak to) dirigirse a

are you addressing me? — ¿se está usted dirigiendo a mí?

the judge addressed the jury — el juez se dirigió al jurado

b) (=make a speech to) [+ audience] pronunciar un discurso ante

to address the House — (Parl) pronunciar un discurso en el Parlamento

c)

to address sb as "tú" — tratar a algn de "tú", tutear a algn

to address sb by his proper title — dar el debido tratamiento a algn

d)

to address o.s. to — [+ person] dirigirse a; [+ problem, task] aplicarse a

3) [+ remarks] dirigir

please address your complaints to the manager — se ruega dirijan sus reclamaciones al director

4) [+ problem] abordar
3.
CPD

address book N — librito m de direcciones, agenda f

address commission N — (Comm) comisión que se paga al agente fletador por su tarea de embarque

address label N — etiqueta f para la dirección

* * *

I ['ædres, ə'dres]
noun
1)
a) (of house, offices etc) dirección f, señas fpl

home address — dirección particular

address — (on form) domicilio

they're no longer at this address — ya no viven aquí; (before n)

address book — libreta f de direcciones

b) (Comput) dirección f
2) c (speech) discurso m, alocución f (frml)
3)

form of address — tratamiento m


II
1. [ə'dres]
transitive verb
1) (AmE also) ['ædres] \<\<mail\>\> ponerle* la dirección a

the package was addressed to you — el paquete estaba dirigido a ti

2)
a) (speak to) \<\<person\>\> dirigirse* a; \<\<assembly\>\> pronunciar un discurso ante
b)

to address somebody AS something: they address her as ``madam'' — la llaman ``madam''

c) (direct) (frml) \<\<question/remark\>\> dirigir*

to address something to somebody — dirigir* algo a alguien

3) (deal with, confront) \<\<problem/issue\>\> tratar

2.
v refl
a) (speak to)

to address oneself to somebody — dirigirse* a alguien

b) (turn one's attention to) (frml)

to address oneself to something — dedicarse* a algo


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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