过去式: addressed 过去分词: addressed 现在分词: addressing 第三人称单数: addresses
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地址，网址；演讲 & 处理，对付，设法解决；作演讲；称呼
The man opened up a book he was carrying in his backpack and asked Emma to write her name and address inside.
We might use technology to address these problems.
They decided to exchange addresses, but neither of them had any paper.
The Swiss tend to be formal and address each other by last name.
email address 电子邮箱信箱
ip address 网络地址，IP地址
address book 通讯簿；住址名册
home address 家庭住址；标识地址；内部地址
mailing address 邮寄地址
network address 网络地址
address space 地址空间
address as 称呼
e-mail address 电子邮件地址
public address 公用地址；扩音装置
address system 地址系统；称谓系统
address, lecture, oration, report, speech, talk
1.在这组词中, address, speech, talk, oration四个词是同义词, lecture和report的词义与其他四个词的词义差异较大。
Professor Black will give us a lecture on English literature tomorrow afternoon.布莱克教授明天下午将给我们做关于英国文学的演讲。
His mother gave him a lecture for getting up late.他妈妈因为他睡懒觉而训斥了他一顿。
The manager had just given the company’s annual report.经理刚做了公司的年度报告。
2.address, speech, talk, oration四个词的共同含义是“当众讲话”。其区别是：
The minister’s address will be broadcast at 8 o’clock.部长的讲话将于8时广播。
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was an oration.林肯的盖茨堡讲演是一篇雄辩有力的演说辞。
③speech和talk的区别是：speech多用于正式场合,也可用于非正式场合; 而talk多用于非正式场合,也可用于正式场合。speech一般是经过准备的也可不经过准备; 而talk一般是不经过准备的。speech的措辞一般是庄重的; 而talk是较为随便的,讲话方式也较自由,甚至也可以是对话。例如：
Please tell us what you think in a few simple words, we don’t want a speech.请用简短的话说明你的意思,不要演说。
We enjoy freedom of speech.我们有言论自由。
We had a long talk about it.关于此事,我们作了一次长谈。
He gave us a very interesting talk on Yugoslavia.他给我们作了一场饶有兴趣的关于南斯拉夫的报告。
His speech was sent to the newspaper in advance.他的讲话稿事先就送报社去了。
Her speech is informal and filled with colloquialisms.她的讲话常是非正式的,很口语化。
address to, mail to, post to
这三个短语结构相同( v. + prep. ),意思相同(将某物寄给某人或某地),用法相同(接表示人或地点的名词作宾语,可用于主、被动结构)。它们之间的区别在于使用场合上,作“寄信”解时可换用。例如:
Please address〔mail,post〕 the letter to Alaska.请将此信按地址寄至阿拉斯加。
而“寄包裹或其他物品”时英国人多用post to,美国人多用mail to。例如:
The cheque was posted to you yesterday.
The check was mailed to you yesterday.
/ E5dres; NAmE 5Adres /
1. [C] details of where sb lives or works and where letters, etc. can be sent
What’s your name and address ?
I’ll give you my address and phone number.
Is that your home address ?
Please note my change of address.
Police found him at an address (= a house or flat / apartment) in West London.
people of no fixed address (= with no permanent home)
⇨ see also forwarding address
2. [C] (computing 计) a series of words and symbols that tells you where you can find sth using a computer, for example on the Internet
What’s your email address ?
The project has a new website address.
3. [C] a formal speech that is made in front of an audience
tonight’s televised presidential address
⇨ note at speech
4. [U] form / mode of ~ the correct title, etc. to use when you talk to sb
/ E5dres /
▪ [VN] 1. [usually passive] ~ sth (to sb / sth) to write on an envelope, etc. the name and address of the person, company, etc. that you are sending it to by mail
The letter was correctly addressed, but delivered to the wrong house.
Address your application to the Personnel Manager.
⇨ compare readdress
⇨ see also sae , SASE
2. to make a formal speech to a group of people
to address a meeting
3. ~ sb | ~ sth to sb (formal) to say sth directly to sb
I was surprised when he addressed me in English.
Any questions should be addressed to your teacher.
4. ~ sb (as sth) to use a particular name or title for sb when you speak or write to them
The judge should be addressed as ‘Your Honour’.
5. ~ (yourself to) sth (formal) to think about a problem or a situation and decide how you are going to deal with it
Your essay does not address the real issues.
We must address ourselves to the problem of traffic pollution.
1 [countable] a) the details of the place where someone lives or works, which you use to send them letters etc 地址
What’s your new address?
I can give you the address of a good attorney.
b) the series of letters and other symbols that you put when sending email to a particular person, or that is the name of a website 电子邮件地址；网址
They have changed the address of their website.
2 [countable] a formal speech that someone makes to a group of people 演讲，演说
an address to the European Parliament
presidential/inaugural etc address
The new president delivered his inaugural address in Creole.
► see thesaurus at speech
3. form/mode/style of address the correct title or name that you should use when speaking or writing to someone 称呼方式
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address2 /əˈdres/ ●○○ verb [transitive] 1 if you address an envelope, package etc, you write on it the name and address of the person you are sending it to 在〔信封、包裹等〕上写姓名和地址
address something to somebody
That letter was addressed to me.
Send a stamped, self-addressed envelope (=with your address on it so it can be sent back to you).
2 formal if you address a problem, you start trying to solve it （着手）解决，处理〔问题〕
address a problem/question/issue etc
Our products address the needs of real users.
address yourself to something
Marlowe now addressed himself to the task of searching the room.
3 formal to speak to someone directly 向…讲话
She turned to address the man on her left.
4 formal if you address remarks, complaints etc to someone, you say or write them directly to that person 〔向某人〕提出〔陈述、投诉等〕
You will have to address your comments to our Head Office.
5 to make a formal speech to a large group of people 对…发表演说
address a meeting/conference etc
He addressed an audience of 10,000 supporters.
6 to use a particular title or name when speaking or writing to someone 称呼
address somebody as something
The president should be addressed as ‘Mr. President’.
Origin address2 (1300-1400) Old French adresser, from dresser “to arrange”
1.N-COUNT 可数名词住址；地址 Your address is the number of the house, flat, or apartment and the name of the street and the town where you live or work.
【搭配模式】：usu poss N
The address is 2025 M Street, Northwest, Washington, DC, 20036…
We require details of your name and address.
2.VERB 动词寄往;寄给 If a letter, envelope, or parcel is addressed to you, your name and address have been written on it.
【语法信息】：be V-ed to n
Applications should be addressed to: The business affairs editor.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词网址 The address of a website is its location on the Internet, for example http://www.cobuild.collins.co.uk.
Internet addresses are also known as URLs.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词（电子表格中某个单元格的）位置 The address of a cell on a computer spreadsheet refers to the particular row and column number where it is located, for example ‘C2’ or ‘N63’.
5.VERB 动词向…作正式讲话;对…发表演说 If you address a group of people, you give a speech to them.
He is due to address a conference on human rights next week.
Address is also a noun.
The President gave an address to the American people.
6.VERB 动词向…说话 If you address someone or address a remark to them, you say something to them.
【语法信息】：V n to n
The two foreign ministers did not address each other directly when they last met…
He addressed his remarks to Eleanor, ignoring Maria.
7.VERB 动词称呼（某人）；给…冠以（某种称呼） If you address someone by a name or a title such as ‘sir’, you call them that name or title when you talk or write to them.
【语法信息】：V n as n
I heard him address her as darling…
The Duchess should be addressed as Your Grace.
8.VERB 动词对付；处理；设法了解并解决 If you address a problem or task or if you address yourself to it, you try to understand it or deal with it.
【语法信息】：V pron-refl to n
Mr King sought to address those fears when he spoke at the meeting…
Throughout the book we have addressed ourselves to the problem of ethics.
Usage Note :
Be careful with the spelling of this word.
addresses; addressed; addressing [+ object] 1
: to write on an envelope, package, letter, etc., the name and address of the person or business it is being sent to（在信件、包裹等上）写收信人姓名地址
I’ve addressed the letter, but it still needs a stamp.
The package is sealed; it just needs to be addressed.
We spent the afternoon addressing invitations to all our friends.
The letter was returned because it had been addressed incorrectly.
a : to speak to (a person or group)对…说话
She ignored most of the people at the table, addressing only the man who was sitting next to her..
One of the characters addresses the audience directly throughout the play.
b : to use a specified name or title when speaking or writing to (someone)称呼 — + as
As children, we addressed him as “sir” [=we called him “sir”] even though he was only a few years older than us.
You should address the queen as “Your Majesty.”
c : to direct (spoken or written words) to someone（口头或书面上）对…表达
She addressed her comments to the man [=she spoke to the man] who was sitting next to her.
Most of the speaker’s remarks were addressed to those with experience in the industry.
: to give a formal speech to (a group of people)致辞；演讲
Before the awards were given, the mayor addressed the crowd.
formal : to give attention to (something) : to deal with (a matter, issue, problem, etc.)处理；应对
We’re all curious about how the mayor plans to address the issue.
Air pollution is one of the many problems being addressed by the scientists at the conference.
The principal held a meeting to address the students’ concerns.
◊ If you address yourself to an issue or problem you give your attention to it.处理；关注
The governor is addressing himself to the problem of underfunded schools.
2 address /əˈdrɛs/ /ˈæˌdrɛs/ noun
plural addresses [count] 1
a : the words and numbers that are used to describe the location of a building and that are written on letters, envelopes, and packages so that they can be mailed to that location住址；寄送地址
Write your name, address, and phone number in the spaces provided.
Our address [=the address of our home] is 82 Third Street.
Please deliver the package to my work address. [=the address of the building where I work] 请把包裹送到我的办公地址。
I forgot to put the return address [=the address of the person sending the letter] on the envelope.
— see picture at mail
b : the letters, numbers, and symbols that are used to direct an e-mail message or to show the location of a site on the Internet电子邮箱地址；互联网地址
an e-mail address
a Web address
: a formal speech演说；致辞
We listened to the President’s inaugural address on the radio.
She was asked to give/deliver a formal address at the ceremony.
— see also keynote address, public address system
form/term of address
: a word, name, or title that is used when speaking or writing to someone称呼
“Honey” is an affectionate term of address in U.S. English.