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Synonyms for address

give a speech to

Synonyms

  • give a speech to
  • talk to
  • speak to
  • lecture
  • discourse
  • harangue
  • give a talk to
  • spout to
  • hold forth to
  • expound to
  • orate to
  • sermonize to

speak to

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take aim at

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address yourself to something

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Synonyms for address

to direct speech to

Synonyms

to talk to an audience formally

to bring an appeal or request, for example, to the attention of

to mark (a written communication) with its destination

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

a usually formal oral communication to an audience

romantic attentions

behavior through which one reveals one's personality

the ability to say and do the right thing at the right time

Synonyms for address

(computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored

the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with

the manner of speaking to another individual

a sign in front of a house or business carrying the conventional form by which its location is described

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the stance assumed by a golfer in preparation for hitting a golf ball

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social skill

Synonyms

Related Words

give a speech to

put an address on (an envelope)

direct a question at someone

address or apply oneself to something, direct one's efforts towards something, such as a question

greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name

Synonyms

access or locate by address

adjust and aim (a golf ball) at in preparation of hitting

References in periodicals archive ?
However, current cases exist in which the exchange between the addresser and addressee occurs in a closed-system of communication.
The main idea behind the concept of covert communication is that despite the low degree of reliability shown by the addressee on the addresser (a situation that easily compares with the relationship held between consumer-advertiser), they engage on a successful communicative act.
Each speech act requires the presence of six elements: the addresser, one who sends a message, the addressee, one who receives that message, the context referred to the message, also called the referent, the code that offers the rules for structuring the message, which is common to the two partners of communication, the contact that concerns a connection made by a physical and psychological channel between them.
As Bakhtin says, "a word is the territory shared by both the addresser and the addressee by the speaker and his interlocutor" (Bakhtin 1986: 86).
Clearly, unlike Endorse, Acknowledge indicates a neutral stance on the part of the addresser while Distance detaches the speaker/writer from the cited proposition, therefore shunning responsibility (Martin & White, 2005, pp.
Rick Krieger, president of Addresser Based Systems, says it will provide a solution for many of his clients.
Leech further states that politeness focuses more on the addressee than on the addresser.
The study of language communication in this context helps in determining various principles connected with the communication intention of the addresser, character of communicants' interaction and peculiarities of their communication.
at 4 ("What makes a reason second-personal is that it is grounded in (de jure) authority relations that an addresser takes to hold between him and his addressee.
Lobisingi and the 'birthday party' allow for the actual interlocutors, the speaker/singer/dancer and the hearer, to be the ones understood by the speech community, to be the actual protagonists in the exchange, to be indeed the real-life addresser and addressee.
The relationship of the addresser and addressee, the social strata of the participants in interaction, situation and social context highly influence the linguistic choices of a speaker.
This is further emphasized by addressing men and women, sisters and brothers, increasing the intimacy between the addressee and the addresser.
18) Roman Jackobson (1896-1982), linguist--his well-known communication model consisted of the addresser, the message, the addressee, the context, the code and the contact.
The addresser of such messages and links is often an attacker.