Refer

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:

    I can’t talk about Hollywood. It was a horror to me when I was there and it’s a horror to look back on. I can’t imagine how I did it. When I got away from it I couldn’t even refer to the place by name. “Out there,” I called it.
    Dorothy Parker (1893–1967)

    To refer is not to assert, though you refer in order to go on to assert.
    Sir Peter Frederick Strawson (b. 1919)

    An academic dialect is perfected when its terms are hard to understand and refer only to one another.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)