Translation of readdress in Spanish:


cambiar la dirección de, v.

Pronunciation /riːəˈdrɛs//ˌriəˈdrɛs/

transitive verb

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    (letter/parcel) cambiar la dirección de
    • The returning officer can re-address the envelope to you at your home address on receipt of the returned envelope from the prison authorities.
    • She tapes the envelope back together and readdresses it.
    • To get publicity that would keep his opponents at bay, Angelo, more literate than the judge suspected, readdressed this deadly ‘ticket’ to his Northern allies.
    • The positioning of the enclosed message card will automatically completely re-address said postal card so to be re-mailed again when stapled together.