Address ( noun , verb , verb )

(As a noun)

Address ( noun )

  1. The particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated.
  2. A formal speech or written statement, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.

Origin:

From the middle english adresse, from the old french adresse, from the latin ad + directus ("directed towards"). .

Examples:

  1. Could you please tell me your full address?
  2. He delivered an address to the graduates.
  3. The company's registered office address is 123 Main Street.
  4. He listened attentively to the President's address.
  5. I sent the letter to the wrong address.

(As a verb)

Address ( verb )

  1. The particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated.
  2. A formal speech or written statement, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.

Origin:

From the middle english adresse, from the old french adresse, from the latin ad + directus ("directed towards"). .

Examples:

  1. Could you please tell me your full address?
  2. He delivered an address to the graduates.
  3. The company's registered office address is 123 Main Street.
  4. He listened attentively to the President's address.
  5. I sent the letter to the wrong address.

(As a verb)

Address ( verb )

  1. The particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated.
  2. A formal speech or written statement, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.

Origin:

From the middle english adresse, from the old french adresse, from the latin ad + directus ("directed towards"). .

Examples:

  1. Could you please tell me your full address?
  2. He delivered an address to the graduates.
  3. The company's registered office address is 123 Main Street.
  4. He listened attentively to the President's address.
  5. I sent the letter to the wrong address.
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