readdress

Related to readdress: scrutinised, misattributed

readdress

(ˌriːəˈdrɛs)
vb (tr)
1. to look at or discuss (an issue, situation, etc) from a new or different point of view
2. to put a forwarding address onto (a letter received)

readdress


Past participle: readdressed
Gerund: readdressing

Imperative
readdress
readdress
Present
I readdress
you readdress
he/she/it readdresses
we readdress
you readdress
they readdress
Preterite
I readdressed
you readdressed
he/she/it readdressed
we readdressed
you readdressed
they readdressed
Present Continuous
I am readdressing
you are readdressing
he/she/it is readdressing
we are readdressing
you are readdressing
they are readdressing
Present Perfect
I have readdressed
you have readdressed
he/she/it has readdressed
we have readdressed
you have readdressed
they have readdressed
Past Continuous
I was readdressing
you were readdressing
he/she/it was readdressing
we were readdressing
you were readdressing
they were readdressing
Past Perfect
I had readdressed
you had readdressed
he/she/it had readdressed
we had readdressed
you had readdressed
they had readdressed
Future
I will readdress
you will readdress
he/she/it will readdress
we will readdress
you will readdress
they will readdress
Future Perfect
I will have readdressed
you will have readdressed
he/she/it will have readdressed
we will have readdressed
you will have readdressed
they will have readdressed
Future Continuous
I will be readdressing
you will be readdressing
he/she/it will be readdressing
we will be readdressing
you will be readdressing
they will be readdressing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been readdressing
you have been readdressing
he/she/it has been readdressing
we have been readdressing
you have been readdressing
they have been readdressing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been readdressing
you will have been readdressing
he/she/it will have been readdressing
we will have been readdressing
you will have been readdressing
they will have been readdressing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been readdressing
you had been readdressing
he/she/it had been readdressing
we had been readdressing
you had been readdressing
they had been readdressing
Conditional
I would readdress
you would readdress
he/she/it would readdress
we would readdress
you would readdress
they would readdress
Past Conditional
I would have readdressed
you would have readdressed
he/she/it would have readdressed
we would have readdressed
you would have readdressed
they would have readdressed
Translations
تَغيير العُنوان على الرّساله
přepsat adresu
omadressere
átcímez
skipta um/breyta utanáskrift
pakeisti adresą
pāradresēt
prepísať adresu
adresi değiştirmek

readdress

[ˈriːəˈdres] VT [+ letter] → cambiar la dirección de

readdress

vt
letter, parcelumadressieren
problemerneut ansprechen

readdress

[ˌriːəˈdrɛs] vt (letter) → cambiare indirizzo a

readdress

(riːəˈdres) verb
to change the address on (a letter etc). This letter is for the person who used to live here – I'll readdress it and send it to him.
References in classic literature ?
Our week's holiday glided by, and we readdressed ourselves to labour.
A source close to the player told the Mirror: "He volunteered to go into rehab in order to readdress his relationship and bring some order into his life."
Mistakes have been made and attempts are being made to readdress these errors by way of the possible restructuring of jobs so that difficulties faced by employees are lessened as well as reviewing the potential for grade promotion and the prioritising of the appeals process.
"It could be that someone is not getting the right benefits, needs help with speech or occupational therapy or maybe needs to readdress the medication they are on."
The action comes despite a pounds 32 million pay boost offered by the Government in September, which lecturers dismissed as failing to readdress years of under payment.
"With the enormous expansion that our company has undergone in recent months we needed to readdress the issue of management and how our various areas of business would operate.
Following a reported bust-up with estranged wife Heather Swan, during which police were called, the 24-year-old "volunteered to readdress some relationship issues".
Readdress stamp duty thresholds - raise the threshold from pounds 60,000 to pounds 150,000 to attract first time buyers back to the marketplace.
BACYA was a project set up to readdress negative stereotypes of the city's black youths.
"We have been forced to readdress our priorities, but I can assure every producer that we have not wavered in our resolve and in the changed circumstances we will be exploring every avenue of reducing costs and increasing the value of the clip, " he said.
Regretting over the situation, he said that the women were sitting in scorching heat from morning but government was not ready to readdress their problems.
"We have teamed up with the Francesco Group so we can try and readdress this problem.