address (one's) remarks to (someone or something)

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address (one's) remarks to (someone or something)

To speak to a specific person or group about something. You can address any remarks about the event to our marketing department. I'm not sure who I'm addressing my remarks to because I haven't found out who is going to be in the audience yet.
See also: address, remark

address comments or remarks to someone

to say something directly to a specific person or group of persons. (See also address oneself to someone; address oneself to something.) George addressed his remarks to everyone.
See also: address, comment, remark
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The marches will go on, the incendiary kites will go on, and the rallies on the border will go on, and we are ready to pay the price because we cannot accept the continuation of the siege," Hayya said, addressing his remarks to the Palestinian people, Palinfo reported.
'Accelerate federalism and let us find a configuration of government where the regions are more powerful,' Duterte said, addressing his remarks to Congress.
Addressing his remarks to the "families of Teesside, the shops along the high street and small businesses', local chairman of Teesside steelworks", multi union committee Geoff Waterfield said he was "proud and humble to have you stand with us today".
Even worse if he'd been addressing his remarks to the Honourable Member opposite.
"That's it," he said, addressing his remarks to the architect of our displeasure.
Addressing his remarks to Christians as well as to Jews, Foxe hoped