Translation for 'to address' from English to Russian
NOUN   address [archaic: sb.'s manner of speaking to someone else; dated: skill, dexterity, or readiness] | -
VERB   to address | addressed | addressed
addressing | addresses
SYNO address | computer address | destination | ...
адресовывать [несов.]to address
адрес {м}address
вступительная речь {ж}inaugural address
вступительная речь {ж}opening address
веб-адрес {м}
web address
веб-адрес {м}
website address
приветственная речь {ж}welcome address
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Usage Examples English
  • Several alternative versions of "Advance Australia Fair" have been proposed to address the alleged exclusion of Indigenous Australians.
  • The chipset bus allows the coprocessors and CPU to address "Chip RAM".
  • Alexander began developing his technique's principles in the 1890s in an attempt to address his own voice loss during public speaking.
  • Being unemployed at the time, she requested and obtained party funds to pay for her travel to address members in all seven divisions.
  • On 27 March 2015, the White House released a comprehensive plan to address the increasing need for agencies to combat the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

  • In August 2014 ASU president Michael Crow appointed a task force comprising faculty and staff, students, and members of the university police force to review the university's efforts to address sexual violence.
  • These, however, did not address the problems identified with radar blackouts caused by high-altitude explosions. To address this need, a new missile with extreme performance was designed to attack incoming warheads at much lower altitudes, as low as 20 km.
  • After the debut of the first stretched 767s, Boeing sought to address airline requests for greater capacity by proposing larger models, including a partial double-deck version informally named the "Hunchback of Mukilteo" (from a town near Boeing's Everett factory) with a 757 body section mounted over the aft main fuselage.
  • He has also raised a specialty venture fund to address the dangers of pandemic diseases, such as the H5N1 avian influenza and biological weapons.
  • The government's efforts to diversify the economy by attracting foreign and domestic investment outside the energy sector have done little to reduce high youth unemployment rates or to address housing shortages.

  • The decline in poverty and the development of the middle class during the Lula years also allowed right-wing parties to address broader segments of the electorate on economic issues.
  • Pauline epistles are written to individual church groups to address problems, provide encouragement and give instruction.
  • Later, an extension to the x86 BIOS disk services called the "Enhanced Disk Drive" (EDD) was made available, which makes it possible to address drives as large as 264 sectors.
  • Portugal's refusal to address increasing Angolan demands for self-determination provoked an armed conflict, which erupted in 1961 with the Baixa de Cassanje revolt and gradually evolved into a protracted war of independence that persisted for the next twelve years.
  • It is variously interpreted as either the language used by God to address Adam (the divine language), or the language invented by Adam with which he named all things (including Eve), as in the second Genesis creation narrative (...).

  • According to the judge, the land that overlooked the base was taken to address security and safety concerns connected with their training and testing.
  • They both said that the episcopacy was inadequate to address corruption, doctrinal or otherwise, and that this inadequacy justified the intervention of the church of common people.
  • The master chooses which slave device to address; typically, it switches rapidly from one device to another in a round-robin fashion.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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