refer something to

refer something to
refer something to
archaic trace or attribute something to (someone or something) as a cause or source.
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refer something to
pass a matter to (a higher body) for a decision.
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  • 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 …   New 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 …   New idioms dictionary

  • refer (something) to someone — 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 …   New idioms dictionary

  • refer something to something — reˈfer sb/sth to sb/sth derived to send sb/sth to sb/sth for help, advice or a decision • My doctor referred me to a specialist. • The case was referred to the Court of Appeal. • (formal) …   Useful english dictionary

  • refer something to somebody — reˈfer sb/sth to sb/sth derived to send sb/sth to sb/sth for help, advice or a decision • My doctor referred me to a specialist. • The case was referred to the Court of Appeal. • (formal) …   Useful english dictionary

  • refer — re‧fer [rɪˈfɜː ǁ ɜːr] verb referred PTandPPX referring PRESPARTX refer to phrasal verb [transitive] 1. refer to something to mention something: • I refer to your letter of 22 March …   Financial and business terms

  • refer — [rɪ fə:] verb (refers, referring, referred) 1》 (refer to) mention or allude to.     ↘(refer someone to) direct the attention of someone to.     ↘(refer to) (of a word or phrase) describe or denote. 2》 (refer something to) pass a matter to (a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • refer — [14] To refer something is etymologically to ‘carry it back’. The word comes via Old French referer from Latin referre, a compound verb formed from the prefix re ‘back’ and ferre ‘carry’ (source of English fertile and related to English bear). Of …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • refer — [14] To refer something is etymologically to ‘carry it back’. The word comes via Old French referer from Latin referre, a compound verb formed from the prefix re ‘back’ and ferre ‘carry’ (source of English fertile and related to English bear). Of …   Word origins

  • Something Else — may refer to:* Something Else!!!! , an album by Ornette Coleman * Something Else (Robin Thicke album) * Something Else by The Kinks , an album * Something Else from The Move , an EP * Something Else (band), a J Pop band * Something Else (book), a …   Wikipedia

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