citation


citation
n.
reference

1) the earliest citation (of the use of a word)

2) a citation from

summons

3) to issue a citation for

4) a citation to + inf. (she received a citation to appear in court)

mention of meritorious performance

(AE) (mil.)

5) to write smb. up for a citation

6) to receive a citation (for bravery)

7) a unit citation

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[saɪ'teɪʃ(ə)n]
['mention of meritorious performance'] (AE) (mil.) to write smb. up for a citation
['summons'] to issue a citation for
a unit citation
a citation from
to receive a citation (for bravery)
['reference'] the earliest citation (of the use of a word)
a citation to + inf. (she received a citation to appear in court)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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