§ მისამართი; მიმართვა;
§ მიმართვა, შესავალი სატყვა
§ მიმართვა (მიმართავს)
he put down my address ჩემი მისამართი ჩაინიშნა
the opening chapter / address შესავალი თავი / სიტყვა
he noted (down) my address ჩემი მისამართი ჩაიწერა / ჩაინიშნა
he found out my address somehow ჩემი მისამართი როგორღაც გაიგო
the policeman took my name and address პოლიციელმა ჩემი გვარი და სახელი ჩაიწერა
she gave me her address თავისი მისამართი მომცა
he wrote down the address მისამართი ჩაიწერა
I’ve changed my address მისამართი გამოვიცვალე
he addressed us on economics ეკონომიკის შესახებ წაგვიკითხა ლექცია
you may address me as `uncle John` შეგიძლია "ძია ჯონი" დამიძახო
complaints should be addressed to the management საჩივრებით ადმინისტრაციას უნდა მიმართოთ
he addressed the letter to the president პრეზიდენტს წერილობით მიმართა
he addressed the audience აუდიტორიის წინაშე სიტყვით გამოვიდა
he addressed me მომმართა
he gave an address to the students სტუდენტებს შესავალი სატყვით მიმართა
an opening address შესავალი სატყვა
write me to this address ამ მისამართზე მომწერე
correct/wrong address სწორი/არასწორი მისამართი

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