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Refer

Meanings and phrases

refer

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v.
  1. make reference to; mention; advert; bring up; cite; name
  2. be relevant to; pertain; relate; concern; come to; bear on; touch; touch on; have-to doe with
  3. think of, regard, or classify under a subsuming principle or with a general group or in relation to another
  4. send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision
  5. seek information from; consult; look up
  6. have as a meaning; denote
  7. use a name to designate

used to refer

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E.g.
  • The same word is also used to refer to a speed bump.
  • In French, "bœuf" is used to refer to both concepts.
  • The term "anaconda" has been used to refer to:

refer to several

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E.g.
  • Șasa Șasa may refer to several places in Romania:
  • Ulmi Ulmi may refer to several places in Romania:
  • Măru Măru may refer to several places in Romania:

not refer

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E.g.
  • And the law does not refer to some natural order.
  • The 2012 edition did not refer to itself as a "telethon."
  • It does not refer to an electric motor in a rotating pod.

refer to themselves

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  • Past students of GSSO refer to themselves as "ogssians".
  • Fans of Spirit Animal refer to themselves as "Spanimals".
  • Members of the temple refer to themselves as "Dharma Bums".

refer to either

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  • Galbertstown Galbertstown can refer to either
  • Buolick (disambiguation) Buolick can refer to either:
  • Galbooly (disambiguation) Galbooly can refer to either

does not refer

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E.g.
  • And the law does not refer to some natural order.
  • It does not refer to an electric motor in a rotating pod.
  • Zacks does not refer to any source for his version of events.

often refer

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E.g.
  • Its opponents often refer to it as "trickle-down economics".
  • Fans often refer to it as "Wall of Dolls" due to the cover artwork.
  • Nutritionists often refer to carbohydrates as either simple or complex.

name may refer

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E.g.
  • Nazim as a surname or middle name may refer to:
  • Household name Household name may refer to:
  • The name may refer to: People: Other:

station may refer

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E.g.
  • Rego Park station Rego Park station may refer to:
  • Patterson station Patterson station may refer to:
  • Oceanside station Oceanside station may refer to:

refer to various

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E.g.
  • It may refer to various locations with similar name:
  • Kalgah Kalgah () may refer to various places in Iran:
  • Talkhab Talkhab () may refer to various places in Iran:

refer to all

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E.g.
  • The term is also used to refer to all coffee coming from those provinces.
  • and subsequently its usage expanded to refer to all Koreans in Chinese public perception.
  • Still, "Phycomycetes" can be used to refer to all the above-mentioned classes as a whole.

still refer

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E.g.
  • Many OKWs still refer to the original house names.
  • Locals and the Ordnance Survey still refer to part of Killarah as "Bellaheady Mountain".

term to refer

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E.g.
  • For example, several writers in the early 1970s used the term to refer to fax document transmission.
  • Leather has been a predominantly gay male term to refer to one fetish, but it can stand for many more.
  • In Japanese, the term "anime" is used as a blanket term to refer to all forms of animation from around the world.

surname may refer

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  • Rhys Davids Rhys Davids as a surname may refer to:
  • Manley (surname) Manley as a surname may refer to:
  • Riddell (surname) Riddell as a surname may refer to:

did not refer

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E.g.
  • The 2012 edition did not refer to itself as a "telethon."
  • (He did not refer to the interests of the general public.)
  • Furthermore, the Maharal himself did not refer to the Golem in his writings.

came to refer

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  • It later came to refer to someone who did odd jobs.
  • The Sanskrit term for archery, dhanurveda, came to refer to martial arts in general.
  • The problems were so bad that Jennings came to refer to the system as the "fight-o-net".

sources refer

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  • Most sources refer to Samudio's ancestry as Mexican-American.
  • Confusingly, different sources refer to either matrix as the Walsh matrix.
  • Some sources refer to an encoding as "legacy" only because it preceded Unicode.

refer to both

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E.g.
  • In French, "bœuf" is used to refer to both concepts.
  • Historic maps also refer to both the palace and area as "Hendaki".
  • Note: in the article any references in the masculine form refer to both genders.

refer specifically

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E.g.
  • It may refer specifically to: Billion may also refer to:
  • It may refer specifically to:

sometimes refer

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E.g.
  • They sometimes refer to themselves as "OFs" and can use the post nominal "OF".
  • Collectors and historians sometimes refer to them collectively as "Standard/Better/Nedor".
  • The Spanish language media sometimes refer to the team as "Medias Blancas" for "White Socks."

began to refer

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  • In time, they began to refer to her apartment on Potapov Street as, "Our Shop."
  • Instead, the word "epicure" began to refer to a person with extremely refined taste in food.
  • In the early 20th century, it began to refer to animated films which resembled print cartoons.

refer to other

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E.g.
  • British National Party may also refer to other far-right parties:
  • Wainscoting may also refer to other materials used in a similar fashion.
  • The term may also refer to other similar species in the genus "Podocarpus":

refer only

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E.g.
  • The above rules refer only to suitable calorimetric materials.
  • Records generally refer only to first team, competitive matches in national or European competitions.
  • The ancient Greeks refer only to one dog, but by Roman times, Canis Minor appears as Orion's second dog.

usually refer

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  • Biographies of Allen usually refer to his birthplace as Jamesport.
  • Azeri metal bands like Vozmezdie and Üör usually refer to paganism in their works.
  • Literally meaning "from the mirror", it is thought to usually refer to the home of a mirror maker.

relations refer

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E.g.
  • Egypt–Italy relations Egypt–Italy relations refer to relations between Egypt and Italy.
  • Canada–Peru relations Canada–Peru relations refer to the bilateral relations between Canada and Peru.
  • Ireland–Mexico relations Ireland–Mexico relations refer to foreign relations between Ireland and Mexico.

people refer

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E.g.
  • The Andoni people refer to God as Awaji or Owaji.
  • Amba Prasad, a rich benevolent man, people refer to him as 'anndata' (the food provider).
  • At the time this music was simply called jazz, although today people refer to it as "white jazz" or big band.
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