I do not understand the out put of lsof -i -P -n

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Question I do not understand the out put of lsof -i -P -n

lsof -i -P -n
SystemUIS 1578 melodysneed    9u  IPv4 0x07d608ec      0t0  UDP *:*
SystemUIS 1578 melodysneed   11u  IPv4 0x0ba68810      0t0  UDP *:*
WebProces 2141 melodysneed    7u  IPv4 0x0c550748      0t0  TCP> (ESTABLISHED)
WebProces 2141 melodysneed   11u  IPv4 0x049f7ee8      0t0  TCP> (ESTABLISHED)


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