Definition of address
- a label, as an integer, symbol, or other set of characters, designating a location, register, etc., where information is stored in computer memory.
- a set of characters designating an email account: Her email address ends in “.net,” not “.com.”
- a set of characters designating the location of a website or a particular computer or other device on a network: He visits that website so often that its complete address comes up whenever he types its first letter into the address bar.See also URL
Origin of address
synonym study for address
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How to use address in a sentence
About two months ago, however, Lensable tweaked the pop-up and gave customers the option of either giving their email address or texting the brand to receive the discount code.Fearing a holiday email onslaught, DTC startups turn to text messaging to promote sales|Anna Hensel|September 25, 2020|Digiday
While there are paid and premium VPNs that are generally more mindful about your privacy, they aren’t anonymous, as they can be linked to your billing address.
Hillary Clinton has a new podcast, Betsy DeVos faces an ethics investigation, and the UN General Assembly begins without addresses from any female leaders.
Alyssa Samek, assistant professor at Cal State Fullerton, says that running is a “mode of public address.”Behind the Scenes of a New Kind of Feminist Relay Race|Christine Yu|September 22, 2020|Outside Online
Only 10 percent of tests administered — 190 — were to people with Mexico addresses.
Many of those who have become cops in New York seem to have ceased to address such minor offenses over the past few days.
“Stay in formation,” a sergeant from the ceremonial unit said over a public address system to the cops along the street.
In his State of the Union address 50 years ago, LBJ laid out his vision for the Great Society.
Left and right think the way to address racial strife is through policy.
Nor do these studies address the structural and systematic issues that contribute to obesity, such as poverty and stress.
Aristide uncovered his head, as though he were about to address a duchess, and smiled at her engagingly.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
But, he finally secured the address of a company who would manufacture a book to exceed 300 pages for fifty cents per book.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
Truly the flag of Britain was trailing in the mire, or these men would not have dared to address him in that fashion.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
Her Majesty passed through the town on the 30th of August, 1852, when an address was presented to her.
His lordship suggested that Garrick should write an address to the audience for the players.
British Dictionary definitions for address
- to speak or write tohe addressed himself to the chairman
- to apply oneself tohe addressed himself to the task