v. 称呼（address的现在分词）; 演讲; 致函; 处理
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.
The address is 2025 M Street, Northwest, Washington, DC, 20036...
We require details of your name and address.
If a letter, envelope, or parcel is addressed to you, your name and address have been written on it.
Applications should be addressed to: The business affairs editor.
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.
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'.
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.
If you address someone or address a remark to them, you say something to them.
The two foreign ministers did not address each other directly when they last met...
He addressed his remarks to Eleanor, ignoring Maria.
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.
I heard him address her as darling...
The Duchess should be addressed as Your Grace.
If you address a problem or task or if you address yourself to it, you try to understand it or deal with it.
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.
Despite my attempts to get him to call me by my Christian name he insisted on addressing me as "Mr Kennedy".
We'll soon see why goals are so important in addressing this issue.
A memory map is the addressing plan for the address bus bits.
She quailed at the prospect of addressing such a large crowd.
Suddenly he realised that Jacobs was addressing him.