Synonyms of address in English:

address


See definition of address

noun

1‘Juliet looked at the scribbled address on the envelope’

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inscription, label, mark, superscription

directions

2‘she wondered if she had come to the wrong address’

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location, locality, place, situation, whereabouts

house, flat, apartment, home, residence

formal dwelling, dwelling place, habitation, abode, domicile

3‘the president's address received lukewarm applause’

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speech, lecture, talk, monologue, dissertation, discourse, oration, peroration

sermon, homily, lesson

North American salutatory

informal spiel

rare disquisition, allocution, predication


verb

1‘I addressed the envelope by hand’

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label, direct, inscribe, superscribe

2‘the preacher addressed a crowded congregation’

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talk to, give a talk to, give an address to, speak to, make a speech to, lecture, give a lecture to, hold forth to, give a discourse to, give a dissertation to, give an oration to, declaim to

preach to, deliver a sermon to, give a sermon to, sermonize

informal speechify to, preachify to, spout to, jaw to, sound off to, spiel to, drone on to

3‘she is always uncertain how to address her boss’

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greet, hail, salute, speak to, write to, talk to, make conversation with, approach

name, call, describe, designate

formal denominate

4‘any correspondence should be addressed to the Banking Ombudsman’

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send, direct, post, mail, communicate, convey, forward, remit

5‘hold the putter off the ground as you address the ball’

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take aim at, aim at, face

6‘the minister failed to address the issue of subsidies’

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attend to, tackle, see to, deal with, confront, grapple with, attack, buckle down to, get to grips with, embark on, settle down to, direct one's attention to, turn to, get down to, concentrate on, focus on, apply oneself to, devote oneself to

turn one's hand to, try to deal with, try to sort out, take up, take in hand, undertake, engage in, become involved in

informal get stuck into, get cracking on, get weaving on, have a crack at, have a go at, have a shot at, have a stab at