English to Turkish Dictionary address


I addressed my letter to him personally
write the name and address of the intended recipient on (an envelope, letter, or package).
she addressed an audience of the most important Shawnee chiefs
speak to (a person or an assembly), typically in a formal way.
they exchanged addresses and agreed to keep in touch
the particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated.
delivered an address to the National Council of Teachers
a formal speech delivered to an audience.
translation of 'address'
konuşma yapmak,
adres yazmak,
söylev vermek,
hitap etmek,
nutuk çekmek
konuşma tarzı,
It was just one of those thing, you know, no contacts, nowhere to go, no 'address' .
He gave no further details other than his 'address' .
he rescued me with the most consummate 'address'
don't 'address' me as 'Doctor'
our officers called at the 'address'
Handwriting which is used to 'address' the envelopes is fluent, naturally written and not disguised, according to forensic experts.
The quote that is allegedly from George Washington's farewell 'address' is also a complete forgery.
she gave an 'address' on bilingualism
a numerical value which acts as a storage 'address' for the data
British soldiers already on standby could be moving to a more dangerous 'address' by the end of the week.
A second 'address' in Birmingham was also raided, the entire door wrenched from its frame as police arrested three men inside.
Eric was encouraged to take the stage and 'address' the assembled folk.
It's a widespread misconception that one must have a traditional permanent 'address' in order to vote.
'address' your complaints to the Board of Review
Other CPA officials I talked to said they had no knowledge of him delivering a farewell 'address' .
The closing 'address' will be delivered by the Head of the School of Business at the Waterford Institute.
Ten years later he conducted, with considerable 'address' , the combined operations which led to the capture of Toulon.
Users are required to fill in their 'address' and provide contact details as well as a proof of ID under the less known Aussie Patriots Act?
So it would seem switching service from one 'address' to another is likely a pretty routine, fairly common occurrence.
The good news is that we have already begun to 'address' the problem.
The woman was later taken by ambulance to Bradford Royal Infirmary after a call was made to the emergency services by a relative from an 'address' in the Leeds Road area.
Each will 'address' the worldwide audience during the conference weekend.
Have the Government begun to 'address' these problems in its recent Green paper?
References are made to the recipient's domain name and email 'address' to give the message the smack of authenticity.
It was a competent 'address' , cleanly delivered, but it was hardly an exercise in high octane oratory.
Fortunately, recent studies have begun to 'address' these important issues.
ensure that your weight is evenly spread when you 'address' the ball
to 'address' a question to sb
If the quantity is manageable, have someone 'address' the envelopes for you.
I think you need to 'address' those remarks to him.
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