1. ə'dres verb
1) (to put a name and address on (an envelope etc): Address the parcel clearly.) adressere
2) (to speak or write to: I shall address my remarks to you only.) henvende seg til
2. (American) 'ædres noun
1) (the name of the house, street, town etc where a person lives: His address is 30 Main St, Edinburgh.) adresse
2) (a speech: He made a long and boring address.) tale
subst. \/əˈdres\/, amer. også: \/ˈædres\/
1) (på brev e.l.) adresse
2) (EDB) adresse
3) (offentlig, høytidelig) tale, foredrag
4) (gammeldags) dyktighet
5) (gammeldags) måte å uttrykke seg på, omgangsform
the Address (britisk, parlamentarisk) trontale
address bus (EDB) adressebuss
addresses (gammeldags) oppvartning, frieri
pay one's adresses to a lady
gjøre kur til en dame
debate on the Address trontaledebatt
form\/term of address tiltaleform
forwarding address ettersendingsadresse
notification of address melding om adresseforandring, flyttemelding
verb \/əˈdres\/
1) rette, stile til
the employees were asked to address their complaints to the board
de ansatte ble bedt om å rette sin klage til styret
2) henvende seg til, snakke til, tale til
address an assembly
tale til en forsamling
3) titulere, tiltale
address a person as Colonel
4) adressere, skrive adresse på
5) (om sak, problem) ta fatt på
6) (EDB) adressere
7) (handel) konsignere, sende varer (til kommisjonær for salg)
address oneself to henvende seg til gå i gang med, ta fatt på en oppgave

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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