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ad·dress·ee

 (ăd′rĕ-sē′, ə-drĕs′ē′)
n.
The one to whom something is addressed.
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addressee

(ˌædrɛˈsiː)
n
1. a person or organization to whom a letter, parcel, etc, is addressed
2. a person who is addressed in conversation, a speech, a poem, etc
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ad•dress•ee

(ˌæd rɛˈsi, ə drɛˈsi)

n.
the person, company, or the like to whom a piece of mail is addressed.
[1670–80, Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.addressee - one to whom something is addressedaddressee - one to whom something is addressed  
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
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Translations
المُرْسَل إلَيه
adresát
adressat
viîtakandi
adresát

addressee

[ˌædreˈsiː] Ndestinatario/a m/f (Comm) → consignatario/a m/f
"postage to be paid by the addressee""a franquear en destino"
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addressee

[ˌædrɛˈsiː] ndestinataire mf
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addressee

nEmpfänger(in) m(f), → Adressat(in) m(f)
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addressee

[ˌædrɛˈsiː] ndestinatario/a
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address

(əˈdres) verb
1. to put a name and address on (an envelope etc). Address the parcel clearly.
2. to speak or write to. I shall address my remarks to you only.
((American) ˈӕdres) noun
1. the name of the house, street, town etc where a person lives. His address is 30 Main St, Edinburgh.
2. a speech. He made a long and boring address.
ˌaddresˈsee (ӕd-) noun
the person to whom a letter etc is addressed.
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References in classic literature ?
I sealed the letter, and dispatched it by the hand of a corridor lacquey, with orders to hand it to the addressee in person.
Among his topics are linguistic choice and the construction of meaning, the singular first person: the speaker, the singular second person: the addressee, the displaced second persons: addressees and audiences far away, and the construction of style across textual genres.
Among the addressees, the letter was sent to Abdelahad Fassi Fihri, Minister of National Planning, and Abdelouafi Laftit, Minister of the Interior.The Forum questioned the extent to which the legal and technical conditions stipulated in the Construction Law had been respected, and if the building's foundations were capable of sustaining as many floors.
The addressees will have the facility of picking up such UMS from 9 am to 8.30 pm.
It is obvious that Israel tends to divide the Palestinian movement and break its addressees into pieces.
In application of part (c) of the Cost-Benefit Cognitive Model, speakers should make their addressees aware of what is beneficial for them if we believe they are unaware of it.
In (14), the adverb please reminds the addressees that they are compelled to obey regulations for their own safety.
Abbottabad, May 18, 2011 (Frontier Star): Pakistani Security Forces have found two letters form the compound of Osama Bin Ladin , during comprehensive search after his death, which were written by hand in Arabic language by Al-Qaida Chief himself, but before delivering these letters to the addressees , he died during US operation on the night of May 02.
"Should the German government go ahead with its five point plan for air freight safety in the EU, allowing safety authorities to obtain electronic access to logistics companies data bases containing senders name, addressees and freight declarations, then it is only a matter of time before freight profiling software could be implemented all over the EU.
The author sets out Christ as the prototypical example or faithfulness and seeks to integrate the addressees into an ongoing story of faithfulness.