/ə'dres/ * danh từ - địa chỉ - bài nói chuyện, diễn văn - cách nói năng; tác phong lúc nói chuyện - sự khéo léo, sự khôn ngoan - (số nhiều) sự ngỏ ý, sự tỏ tình, sự tán tỉnh =to pay one's addresses to a lady+ tán tỉnh một bà, tỏ tình với một bà - (thương nghiệp) sự gửi đi một chuyến tàu hàng * ngoại động từ - đề địa chỉ =to a letter+ đề địa chỉ trên một bức thư - gửi =to address a letter to somebody+ gửi một bức thư cho ai - xưng hô, gọi =how to address an ambassador+ xưng hô như thế nào với một đại sứ - nói với, nói chuyện với, diễn thuyết trước; viết cho =to oneself to someone+ nói với ai; viết (thư) cho ai =to address an audience+ nói với thính giả, diễn thuyết trước thính giả - to address oneself to chăm chú, toàn tâm toàn ý =to address oneself to a task+ toàn tâm toàn ý với nhiệm vụ - (thể dục,thể thao) nhắm =to address the ball+ nhắm quả bóng (trước khi đánh gôn)

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