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refer pronunciación
verb (referred , referring )
1 intr (refer to something)
a to mention or make allusion to it;
b to look to it for information, facts, etc referred to the notes at the back of the book ;
c to be relevant or relate to it.
2 (refer someone to someone or something) to direct them to them or it.
3 (refer something to someone)
a to hand it over to them for consideration referred the query to the manager ;
b to hand it back to the person from whom it came because it is unacceptable.
4 (refer something to something) to assign or attribute it to it.
5 to direct a candidate to sit an examination again; to fail them.
[14c: from French référer , from Latin referre to carry back]
referable or referrable adjective capable of being referred or assigned.
referral noun the act of referring to someone else or being referred to someone else, especially the sending of a patient by a GP to a specialist.


referee pronunciación
noun
1 a person to whom reference is made to settle a question, dispute, etc.
2 an umpire or judge, eg of a game or in a dispute.
3 someone who is willing to testify to a person's character, talents and abilities.
4 law someone appointed by a court to report on some matter.
verb (refereed , refereeing ) tr & intr to act as a referee in a game, dispute, etc.
[16c]


reference pronunciación
noun
1 (usu reference to something) a mention of it; an allusion to it.
2 a direction in a book to another passage or another book where information can be found.
3 a book or passage referred to.
4 the act of referring to a book or passage for information.
5 a a written report on a person's character, talents and abilities, especially one describing their aptitude for a particular job;
b a person referred to for such a report.
6 a the providing of facts and information;
b a source of facts or information.
7 the directing of a person, question, etc to some authority for information, a decision, etc.
8 relation, correspondence or connection with reference to your last letter .
9 a standard for measuring or judging a point of reference .
10 law the act of submitting a dispute for investigation or decision.
as adjective a reference library .
verb (referenced , referencing )
1 to make a reference to something.
2 to provide (a book, etc) with references to other sources.
[16c]
referential adjective
1 containing a reference.
2 having reference to something.
3 used for reference.
referentially adverb .
terms of reference
1 a guiding statement that defines the scope and limits of an investigation, etc.
2 the scope itself.


reference book
noun any book, such as an encyclopedia or dictionary, that is consulted occasionally for information rather than being read through.


reference library
noun a library where books must be consulted on the premises and cannot be taken out on loan. Compare lending library.


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