Translation of addressee in Spanish:


destinatario, n.

Pronunciation /ˌædrɛˈsi/ /əˌdrɛˈsi/ /ˌadrɛˈsiː/


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    destinatario masculine
    destinataria feminine
    • The post gradually stacks up in messy piles, until it eventually gets removed by one or other of the addressees, many of whom still appear to have a door-key.
    • All this is of course comes from the perspective of an addressee whom I have held to have been rather too well qualified.
    • It's curious and beguiling that an artist so known as a raiser of hell should also be so accomplished at writing ballads in which various female addressees get reassured emotionally.
    • Happily, I then realised that the items I had to post were not in any way urgent: it would matter not one iota if none of them reached the addressees for a week or two.
    • And I know you're back, because I was one of the thirty-nine addressees on the generic email that you sent round.
    • The addressee (my English friend) should have received the package but refused to pay the high tax imposed on cigarettes.
    • The scam letter, which has already been sent to businesses in the area, falsely claims that the addressee must register under the Data Protection Act.
    • ProMobile claimed that it has received no such letter, while the French company insists it has proof that it has reached the addressee.
    • The information in this email is intended for the addressee only.
    • My ballot papers arrived but with the wrongly-named addressee.
    • Perhaps the addressee already knows the information in the telegram because he has been watching over you.
    • One, sent to London, was delivered to the addressee the following day.
    • So if I was not the intended addressee of the chain letter, I could harvest and sell the addresses.
    • The postman is forced to meet the addressee only when registered posts or money orders are delivered.
    • They will be delivered to the addressee in gift packs, with personal messages.
    • Mail was expensive and had to be collected after a conveyance fee was paid at the post office by the addressee.
    • It may not be disclosed to, or used by, anyone other than the addressee.
    • Poetry then embraces the failure of communication in terms of masses, but not between individual readers and writers, addressees and addressers.
    • Of the 536 questionnaires presumably delivered to addressees, 139 completed questionnaires were returned, yielding a 26% return rate.
    • Although the report normally remains within US Air Force channels, commanders may add other addressees, as appropriate, to avoid duplicate reporting.