Addressee vs. Sender

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Main Difference

The main difference between Addressee and Sender is that the Addressee is a form of interactive communication between or among people and Sender is a circuit in a 20th-century electromechanical telephone exchange.

  • Addressee (noun)

    The person or organization to which something, such as a letter or message, is addressed or sent, for whom the item is intended.

  • Sender (noun)

    Someone who sends.

    "The package was addressed to someone we didn't know, so we returned it to the sender."

  • Sender (noun)

    A device or component that transmits, as in telegraphy or computer networks.

Oxford Dictionary
  • Addressee (noun)

    One to whom anything is addressed.

  • Sender (noun)

    One who sends.

Webster Dictionary
  • Addressee (noun)

    one to whom something is addressed

  • Sender (noun)

    someone who transmits a message;

    "return to sender"

  • Sender (noun)

    set used to broadcast radio or tv signals

Princeton's WordNet

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