Refer can mean:

  • Referral (business): To refer a person is to personally recommend, endorse, and pass them to a qualified professional or service that can serve their need, often including informing both parties of said recommendation and/or endorsement.
  • Referral (medicine): To refer a patient is to transfer their care from one clinician to another
  • Commit (motion), a motion in parliamentary procedure
  • Refer (software), the troff preprocessor for citations
  • REFER, Rede Ferroviária Nacional, the Portuguese rail network manager
  • REFER – Responsible Energy for European Regions
  • Referral, a form of instant replay in cricket
  • HTTP referrer, from the point of view of an internet webpage or resource, the address of the webpage of the resource which links to it.

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Famous quotes containing the word refer:

    Strange goings on! Jones did it slowly, deliberately, in the bathroom, with a knife, at midnight. What he did was butter a piece of toast. We are too familiar with the language of action to notice at first an anomaly: the ‘it’ of ‘Jones did it slowly, deliberately,...’ seems to refer to some entity, presumably an action, that is then characterized in a number of ways.
    Donald Davidson (b. 1917)

    When we interpret nature, we refer phenomena that are rarely entirely unintelligible back to something that actually exists, but is equally unintelligible.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.
    Albert Einstein (1879–1955)