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pe adresa1. to the address of... 2. (prin) care of...; c/o ; under cover of...
a adresa mulţumiri cuivato return thanks to smb.
a adresa o critică cuivato reflect on smb.
a adresa o scrisoare cuivato direct a letter to smb.
a greşi adresa(fam.) to get/to take the wrong sow by the ear; to catch a Tartar; to be in the wrong box; to go to the wrong house/man/shop/person; to get into the wrong box; to be (quite) wrong; to lay/to put/to set the saddle on the wrong horse.
a profera injurii la adresa cuivato rail at/against smb.; to revile against smb.; (fam.) to fling out at smb.
a refera, a raporta, a adresa, a deferi, a avizarefer
a scrie cuiva pe adresa altcuiva; scrie-mi pe adresa doamnei Xwrite to me care of Mrs. X/c/o Mrs. X/amer. in care of Mrs. X.
a se adresa celor în dreptto apply to the proper quarter.
a se adresa cui trebuieto apply to the proper man.
a se adresa în altă parte(fam.) to go to another shop.
a se adresa justiţieito go to law.
acces direct, localizare directă a informaţiei într-o adresădirect access
adresato voice
adresă calcu-lată (obţinută prin modificarea câmpu-lui de adrese al unei instrucţiuni în curs de execuţie)computed address
adresă cu datedata address
adresă de bază / de referinţăbase address
adresă de bază / iniţialăleading address
adresă de intrare / de lansareentry address
adresă fictivă; (TH) machetă, fals, fictiv, artificial, provizoriu; catod de epurare (la acoperiri)dummy
adresă flotantăfloating address
adresă în blocblock address
adresă originală / de ieşireoriginal address
adresă reală / efectivă / rezultată prin modificarea unei instrucţiuni în curs de executareeffective address
adresă simbolicăsymbolic address
adresă variabilăvariable address
adresa(a exprima)to express
adresa(a prezenta)to present; to address oneself to...; to address (smb.); to apply to...; to appeal to...; to resort to...; to have recourse to
adresa(a pune adresa pe)to address
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