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address

  • 1 address

    {ə'dres}
    I. 1. адрес, местожителство
    ADDRESS book адресник
    2. реч, обръщение, адрес
    3. ловкост, умение. такт, сръчност
    4. държание. обноски
    5. начин на говорене
    polite forms of ADDRESS учтиви обръщения/форми
    6. pl внимание, ухажване
    to pay one's ADDRESSes to ухажвам
    II. 1. адресирам, надписвам (писмо и пр.)
    2. обръщам се към, отнасям се до, държа реч пред, говоря на/пред, отправям (предупреждение, заплиха и пр.)
    to ADDRESS oneself to говоря/пиша на
    3. reft залавям се, занимавам се (to за, с)
    4. сп. замахвам/приготвям се да ударя (топки)
    * * *
    {ъ'dres} n 1. адрес: местожителство: address book адресник: 2. реч, (2) v 1. адресирам, надписвам (писмо и пр.); 2. обръщам се
    * * *
    обръщам се към; обръщение; отнасям се; отправям; адресирам; адрес; местожителство;
    * * *
    1. address book адресник 2. i. адрес, местожителство 3. ii. адресирам, надписвам (писмо и пр.) 4. pl внимание, ухажване 5. polite forms of address учтиви обръщения/форми 6. reft залавям се, занимавам се (to за, с) 7. to address oneself to говоря/пиша на 8. to pay one's addresses to ухажвам 9. държание. обноски 10. ловкост, умение. такт, сръчност 11. начин на говорене 12. обръщам се към, отнасям се до, държа реч пред, говоря на/пред, отправям (предупреждение, заплиха и пр.) 13. реч, обръщение, адрес 14. сп. замахвам/приготвям се да ударя (топки)
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    address[ə´dres] I. n 1. адрес, местожителство; \address book адресник; 2. обръщение, реч, адрес; 3. реч; проповед; 4. държание, обноски; поведение; 5. ловкост, сръчност, умение; такт; 6. pl ухажване; to pay \addresses to ухажвам някого; II. v 1. обръщам се към; отнасям се до; to \address a meeting държа реч пред събрание; to \address the house говоря в парламента; to \address s.o. as s.th. ам. разг. 1) обръщам се към някого с определена титла; they \addressed Clinton as "Mr. President" те се обърнаха към Клинтън с "г-н Президент"; 2) говоря на някого по определен начин; you should \address him as your equal трябва да му говориш като на равен; 2. отправям; адресирам; надписвам ( писмо); to \address a warning to s.o. отправям заплаха срещу (заплашвам) някого; 3. refl залавям се, захващам се; занимавам се; to \address o.s. to a task заемам се с една задача; he \addressed himself to the pie той се нахвърли върху сладкиша.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > address

  • 2 address

    адрес {м}

    English-Bulgarian small dictionary > address

  • 3 address

    обръщение {ср}

    English-Bulgarian small dictionary > address

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