1. To address or apply oneself to something, direct one's efforts towards something, such as a question.
2. To direct a question at someone.
3. To give a speech to; SYN. speak.
4. To greet by a prescribed form
5. To put an address on (an envelope, for example); SYN. direct.
6. To speak to someone; SYN. accost, come up to.
7. To speak to; SYN. speak to, turn to.
In computers, a character or symbol designating a location where information is stored.
In a computer memory, a number indicating a specific location. At each address, a single piece of data can be stored. For microcomputers, this normally amounts to one byte (enough to represent a single character, such as a letter or digit).
The maximum capacity of a computer memory depends on how many memory addresses it can have. This is normally measured in units of 1,024 bytes (known as kilobytes, or K).
5.address oneself to
4. To take proceedings to have (a case) reheard in a higher court
1. To move towards; draw closer to; SYN. near, come on, go up, draw near, come near.
2. To come closer metaphorically, as in time; SYN. come near.
3. To make advances to someone, usually with a proposal or suggestion.
1. To take or seize.
2. To have recourse to; to apply; to resort; to go; -- with a reflexive pronoun (Obsolete).
3. To commend or intrust to; to commit to.
1. To cause to adopt a different faith.
2. To change from one system to another; SYN. change over.
3. To change in nature; esp. undergo a chemical change.
4. To change religious beliefs, or adopt a religious belief.
5. To change the nature of something.
6. To make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something; SYN. win over, convince, turn.
1. To be about; have to do with; be relevant to; refer, pertain, or relate to; SYN. pertain, relate, concern, come to, bear on, touch, touch on.
2. To send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision:
3. To think of, regard, or classify under a subsuming principle or with a general group or in relation to another
1. To change orientation or direction.
2. To move around an axis or a center.
3. To pass to the other side; of a corner, for example; SYN. move around.
4. To cause to move around a center so as to show another side of; SYN. turn over.
5. To cause to move around,; also used in an abstract sense.
6. To change color, as of leaves in the Fall.
7. To pass into a condition gradually, become; SYN. grow.
8. To release something from a container; SYN. release.
9. To shape by rotating on a lathe.