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Англо-русский строительный словарь - address

 

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address

1) адрес

2) адресовать

juridical addresslegal addresslegal addresses of the parties

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  1) вчт. адрес || адресовать2) номер накопителя; обозначение регистра ячейки памяти, обозначение номера ячейки памяти; код номера ячейки памяти•absolute addressactual addressbase addressbranch addressbreakpoint addresscurrent addressdata addressdirect memory addresseffective addressfixed addressinitial addressinstruction addressjump addresskey addresslink addressmemory addressmultilevel addresspreset addressreference addressresult addressreturn addressspecific addressstart addresssymbolic address ...
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Англо-русский дипломатический словарь
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   1. noun  1) адрес  2) обращение; речь; выступление  3) такт; ловкость; (умелое) обхождение  4) pl. ухаживание to pay ones addresses to a lady - ухаживать за дамой Syn: see speech  2. v.  1) адресовать; направлять  2) обращаться к кому-л.; выступать to address a meeting - выступать с речью на собрании to address oneself to the audience - обращаться к аудитории  3) refl. (to) направлять силы или энергию на что-л.; браться за что-л. to address oneself to the business of doing smth. - приниматься за какое-л. дело to address oneself to smth. - приниматься за что-л. Syn: see greet ...
Англо-русский словарь
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  1. адрес to change one's address —- переехать 2. выступление; речь; обращение; адрес opening address —- вступительное слово formal address —- официальное выступление address on current problems —- доклад о текущих вопросах to give an address —- произнести речь 3. официальная форма обращения к кому-л. what is the correct form of address to a life peer? —- как следует обращаться к пожизненному пэру? 4. уст. манера говорить man of rude address —- грубиян, неотесанный человек 5. уст. ловкость, искусство, такт a man of awkward address —- человек, не обладающий ловкостью to show great address —- проявлять величайший такт to handle a matter with address —- искусно справиться с каким-л. делом 6. ухаживание to pay one's addresses to a lady —- ухаживать за дамой 7. комп. адрес address space —- адресное пространство 8. адресовать; направлять to address a letter to smb. —- направить письмо кому-л. he addressed me to his chief —- он направил меня к своему начальнику to address a ship —- адресовать судно to address a warning to smb. —- послать кому-л. предупреждение 9. написать адрес 10. обращаться к кому-л. were your words addressed to me or to him? —- вы говорите мне или ему? he addressed himself to the chairman —- он обратился к председателю 11. выступать to address a meeting —- выступать с речью на собрании; обратиться к собравшимся 12. выбирать форму обращения к...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
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  – address for service – floating address – patent document address ADDRESS 1. сущ. адрес - address a letter - address a request to - address data - address for service - business address - cable address - change of address - legal address - mailing address - return address 2. гл. адресовать ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
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  1) адрес абонента электронной почты 2) тлф. (абонентский) номер 3) физический или логический адрес устройства в компьютерной системе 4) адрес ячейки (памяти) 5) номер сектора/дорожки (дискеты) – absolute address – access address – block address – call address – class-D address – cluster address – collective address – customer address – destination address – direct address – dynamic IP address – e-mail address – first-level address – floppy disk drive address – global address – group address – hard-disk drive address – immediate address – indirect address – logical disk-drive address – mailbox address – memory address – multicast address – multilevel address – net-surfer address – network address – pointer address – port address – return address – sector address – server address – static IP address – telegraphic address – track address ...
Англо-русский Русско-английски словарь по телекоммуникациям
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  адрес адресовать - absolute address - access address - actual address - base address - blank address - call address - deferred address - direct address - dummy address - effective address - executive address - explicit address - first-level address - home address - immediate address - implicit address - implied address - indexed address - indirect address - instruction address - logical address - logic address - machine address - magazine address - memory address - one-level address - operand address - page address - physical address - pointer address - program address - real address - reference address - relative address - relocatable address - result address - return address - second-level address - segment-relative address - single-level address - source address - specific address - starting address - start address - stop address - storage address - symbolic address - third-level address - time code address - time address - track address - true address - two-level address - variable address - virtual address - zero address - zero-level address ...
Большой Англо-русский Русско-английский политехнический словарь
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  n. & v. --n. 1 a the place where a person lives or an organization is situated. b particulars of this, esp. for postal purposes. c Computing the location of an item of stored information. 2 a discourse delivered to an audience. 3 skill, dexterity, readiness. 4 (in pl.) a courteous approach, courtship (pay one's addresses to). 5 archaic manner in conversation. --v.tr. 1 write directions for delivery (esp. the name and address of the intended recipient) on (an envelope, packet, etc.). 2 direct in speech or writing (remarks, a protest, etc.). 3 speak or write to, esp. formally (addressed the audience; asked me how to address a duke). 4 direct one's attention to. 5 Golf take aim at or prepare to hit (the ball). Phrases and idioms address oneself to 1 speak or write to. 2 attend to. Derivatives addresser n. Etymology: ME f. OF adresser ult. f. L (as AD-, directus DIRECT): (n.) perh. f. F adresse ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
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   I. verb  Etymology: Middle English adressen, from Anglo-French adrescer, from a- (from Latin ad-) + drescer to to direct, put right — more at dress  Date: 14th century  transitive verb  1. archaic  a. direct, aim  b. to direct to go ; send  2.  a. to direct the efforts or attention of (oneself) will ~ himself to the problem  b. to deal with ; treat intrigued by the chance to ~ important issues — I. L. Horowitz  3. archaic to make ready; especially dress  4.  a. to communicate directly ~es his thanks to his host  b. to speak or write directly to; especially to deliver a formal speech to  5.  a. to mark directions for delivery on ~ a letter  b. to consign to the care of another (as an agent or factor)  6. to greet by a prescribed form  7. to adjust the club preparatory to hitting (a golf ball)  8. to identify (as a computer peripheral or memory location) by an ~ or a name for information transfer  intransitive verb obsolete to direct one's speech or attentions  • ~er noun  II. noun  Date: 1539  1. dutiful and courteous attention especially in courtship — usually used in plural  2.  a. readiness and capability for dealing (as with a person or problem) skillfully and smoothly ; adroitness  b. obsolete a making ready; also a state of preparedness  3.  a. manner of bearing oneself a man of rude ~  b. manner of speaking or singing ; delivery  4. a formal communication; especially a prepared speech delivered to a special audience or on a special occasion  5.  a. a place where a person or organization may be communicated with  b. directions for delivery on the outside of an object (as a letter or package)  c. the designation of place of delivery placed between the heading and salutation on a business letter  d. the designation of a computer account from which one can send or receive e-mail  6. a preparatory position of the player and club in golf  7.  a. a location (as in the memory of a computer) where particular information is stored  b. a series of usually...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
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  (addresses, addressing, addressed) Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English. 1. 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. N-COUNT: usu poss N 2. 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. VERB: usu passive, be V-ed to n 3. The address of a website is its location on the Internet, for example http://www.cobuild.collins.co.uk. (COMPUTING) N-COUNT 4. 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. VERB: V n • Address is also a noun. The President gave an address to the American people. N-COUNT 5. If you address someone or address a remark to them, you say something to them. (FORMAL) The two foreign ministers did not address each other directly when they last met... He addressed his remarks to Eleanor, ignoring Maria. VERB: V n, V n to n 6. 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. VERB: V n, V pron-refl to n ADDRESS BOOK (address books) 1. An address book is a book in which you write people’s names and addresses. N-COUNT 2. An address book is a computer file which contains a list of e-mail addresses. (COMPUTING) N-COUNT ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~1 S2 W2 n 1 the number of the building and the name of the street and town etc where someone lives or works, especially when written on a letter or package  (I wrote the wrong address on the envelope.) change of ~  (Please notify us of any change of address.) 2 a formal speech made to a group of people who have come especially to listen to it 3 a number that shows where a piece of information is stored in a computer's memory 4 form/style/mode of ~ the correct title or name that you use for someone when you are speaking to them ~2 S3 W2 v 1 to write on an envelope, package etc the name and ~ of the person you are sending it to  (If you address the letter, I'll mail it for you.) ~ sth to sb  (The letter is addressed to you, not me.) 2 formal to speak directly to someone  (She turned to address the man on her left.) ~ sth to  (You will have to address your complaints to the Head Office.) 3 ~ a meeting/crowd/conference etc to make a speech to a large group of people  (The meeting was addressed by Senator Howard.) 4 to use a particular title or name when speaking or writing to someone ~ sb as  (The president should be addressed as `Mr President'.) 5 formal to discuss, think about, or do something about a particular problem or question, especially with the aim of solving a problem  (The article addresses the problems of diseases connected with malnutrition.) ~ yourself to  (Marlowe now addressed himself to the task of searching the room.) ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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  See: PUBLIC-ADDRESS SYSTEM. ...
Английский словарь американских идиом
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  - early 14c., from O.Fr. adresser, from V.L. *addirectiare "make straight," from L. ad "to" + *directiare, from L. directus "straight, direct" (see direct). Meaning in Eng. expanded 17c.-18c. to the notion of directing something, as a letter, "straight" to where somebody lives. ...
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