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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

refer to somebody/something phrasal verb (see also refer)

1. to mention or speak about someone or something:
We agreed never to refer to the matter again.
Although she didn’t mention any names, everyone knew who she was referring to.
refer to somebody/something as
He likes to be referred to as ‘Doctor Khee’.
refer to somebody/something by
The hospital now refers to patients by name, not case number.

2. to look at a book, map, piece of paper etc for information:
He gave the speech without referring to his notes.

3. if a statement, number, report etc refers to someone or something, it is about that person or thing:
The figures refer to our sales in Europe.

4. refer somebody/something to somebody to send someone or something to a person or organization to be helped or dealt with:
My doctor is referring me to a dermatologist.
My complaint was referred to the manufacturers.

5. refer somebody to something formal to tell someone where to find information:
Readers are referred to the bibliography for further information.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

refer something to
refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

refer something to something
refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

refer to
refer (someone) to (someone/something)
to give someone the name of someone else or of an organization.
My doctor referred me to a cancer specialist.

She was referred to the Rare Books department of the public library.

Usage notes: people are usually referred to someone or something that will help them, as in the examples
refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

refer to (someone/something)
to mention or talk about someone or something.
I think you're referring to a TV interview on a news program last week.

Do you think he was referring to me?

refer to (someone/something)
to mention or talk about someone or something.
I think you're referring to a TV interview on a news program last week.

Do you think he was referring to me?

refer to (someone/something)
to mention or talk about someone or something.
I think you're referring to a TV interview on a news program last week.

Do you think he was referring to me?

refer to (something)
to look at something for information or help.
He referred to the dictionary for the correct spelling of the word.

refer to (something)
to look at something for information or help.
He referred to the dictionary for the correct spelling of the word.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

refer to something
refer (someone) to (someone/something)
to give someone the name of someone else or of an organization.
My doctor referred me to a cancer specialist.

She was referred to the Rare Books department of the public library.

Usage notes: people are usually referred to someone or something that will help them, as in the examples
refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (someone) to (something)
to bring someone's attention to something.
I refer the reader to chapter 6.

refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

refer (something) to (someone/something)
to ask that a problem or idea be considered by someone or something else.
The Senate voted to refer the issue to a subcommittee.

All inquiries should be referred to the central office in Philadelphia.

refer to (someone/something)
to mention or talk about someone or something.
I think you're referring to a TV interview on a news program last week.

Do you think he was referring to me?

refer to (someone/something)
to mention or talk about someone or something.
I think you're referring to a TV interview on a news program last week.

Do you think he was referring to me?

refer to (someone/something)
to mention or talk about someone or something.
I think you're referring to a TV interview on a news program last week.

Do you think he was referring to me?

refer to (something)
to look at something for information or help.
He referred to the dictionary for the correct spelling of the word.

refer to (something)
to look at something for information or help.
He referred to the dictionary for the correct spelling of the word.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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