Addressed - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |əˈdrest|  American pronunciation of the word addressed
Brit.  |əˈdrest|  British pronunciation of the word addressed
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto address
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto address

adjective

- (of mail) marked with a destination

I throw away all mail addressed to 'resident'

Examples

I throw away all mail addressed to 'resident'

Can this problem be dealt with at a national level or must it be addressed at an international level?

The President's speech addressed a number of important issues.

I've addressed the letter, but it still needs a stamp.

The package is sealed; it just needs to be addressed.

The letter was returned because it had been addressed incorrectly.

Most of the speaker's remarks were addressed to those with experience in the industry.

Before the awards were given, the mayor addressed the crowd.

He addressed us in an urgent manner.

The priest addressed the congregation.

He addressed the members of the delegation with a formal greeting.

...the public school student addressed the letter to “Dear Mater”...

...grabbed a megaphone and addressed the vast throng...

She addressed the group with an authoritative voice.

I'm not about to be addressed to like this.

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