reply to

reply to (someone or something)

To offer an answer or response to someone or something. We must reply to this brutal dictatorship's actions with an equal display of force. There's no point replying to someone like him—the only thing he's hoping for is to stir up controversy.
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reply to someone or something

to give a response to someone or something. I replied to her already. There is no reason to do it again. I will reply to her letter as soon as I can.
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References in classic literature ?
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The ECP member asked the PPP counsel to also provide copies of the reply to the applicants that is PTI counsel.
For example, it can calculate and show the time taken to reach a location, as a reply to a message.
According to reporter, in a written reply to the so-called Kashmir Assembly, Mehbooba Mufti, who also holds the portfolio of Home Department, said that 9,042 persons were wounded in Kashmir due to bullets, pellets, PAVA and teargas shells fired by the forces' personnel and other causes.
Now, the company has once again updated the Instagram app to add new ways to reply to Direct messages.
Section 10 of this law provides: All registered parties and bona fide candidates shall have the right to reply to charges published against them.
1 -- (BNA)) The Shura Council's Committee on Reply to the Royal Speech held its meeting chaired by Dr.
A DISPUTE erupted between MPs yesterday over a draft reply to His Majesty King Hamad's speech at the opening of the National Assembly in October.
I then received another letter from Mr Wright dated April 6 in which he thanked me for taking the time to reply to him.
He claimed Malaiyya sent a lengthy reply to confuse him.
He told the Dail: "I had a written question to the Taoiseach, the reply to which I received around 6pm yesterday evening.
A problem sometimes arises when recipients reply to your e-mail by clicking on Reply to All, rather than just on Reply.
One element of Source Authentication is that the senders of e-mail are asked to reply to the recipients by simply clicking on "reply" and then "send" Question: Is responding to reply inquiries as much of a problem as spam itself?