reference


reference
n.
mention, allusion

1) to make (a) reference (she made no references to her opponents)

2) to contain a reference (the statement contains several references to me)

3) a direct; indirect, oblique reference

4) a reference to (without reference to age)

regard, relation

5) in, with reference to

6) a frame of reference

recommendation
statement

7) to give, provide a reference

8) a good, positive, satisfactory; negative reference

consultation
source of information

9) further; quick reference

10) for reference (to file for future reference)

* * *
['ref(ə)rəns]
indirect
negative reference
oblique reference
provide a reference
quick reference
with reference to
['consultation'] ['source of information'] further
['recommendation'] ['statement'] to give
['regard, relation'] in
a direct
a frame of reference
a good
['mention, allusion'] to make (a) reference (she made no references to her opponents)
to contain a reference (the statement contains several references to me)
for reference (to file for future reference)
a reference to (without reference to age)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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