present address definition, present address meaning | English dictionary




1    prenominal   in existence at the moment in time at which an utterance is spoken or written  
2    postpositive   being in a specified place, thing, etc.  
the murderer is present in this room     
3    prenominal   now in consideration or under discussion  
the present topic, the present author     
4      (Grammar)   denoting a tense of verbs used when the action or event described is occurring at the time of utterance or when the speaker does not wish to make any explicit temporal reference  
5    Archaic   readily available; instant  
present help is at hand     
6    Archaic   mentally alert; attentive  
7    the present   the time being; now  
8      (Grammar)  
a    the present tense  
b    a verb in this tense  
9    at present   at the moment; now  
10    for the present   for the time being; temporarily,   (See also)        presents  
     (C13: from Latin praesens, from praeesse to be in front of, from prae- before, in front + esse to be)  
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absent n'est point sans coulpe, ni présent sans excuse
someone who re-posts a genuine online listing for a book at an inflated price on another website. If someone buys from the bookjacker, he buys the book from the original seller and provides him with the address of the customer. The bookjacker never sees or handles the book, but collects his margin.
[Bus.] Syn. dropshipper.
adresse passe force
après la guerre, beaucoup de héros se présentent
c'est quand il passe sur un pont de cheveux qu'on reconnaît l'adresse du chameau
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