Translation of refer in Spanish:
transitive verb -rr-
- 1.1 (direct — to source of information) the reader is referred to …I kept being referred from one office to anotherse remite al lector a …to refer somebody to a specialist (Medicine)me estuvieron enviando or mandando de una oficina a otramandar or (Latin America) derivar a alguien a un especialistaExample sentences1.2 (submit)
(problem/proposal)I shall refer your proposal to the boardsee also → refer toremitiré su propuesta a la juntasometeré su propuesta a la consideración de la juntaExample sentences
- I think my friend has already referred you to what is on page 213, but his Honour said, ‘I'll consider any submission you put.’
- Friends, family and influential colleagues might also refer you to a trustworthy tailor.
- I wrote to Paul (an old colleague) referring him to your article [on dowsing] and he replied.
- We have repeatedly asked the council to refer this matter to an independent body.
- His decision not to refer the matter to the Minister, on the face of the material before the Court, cannot be said to be so unreasonable that no reasonable decision-maker could have made it.
- A decision to refer a matter to the minister depends on its sensitivity, demands on resources, need for a political judgement, and uncertainty about the minister's reactions.
- In addition, all of the participants had various medical conditions, but they were referred to the clinic because of stress-related symptoms.
- A sequence of spots of lights is shown, and you will be asked which ones you can see. If you are found to have glaucoma, you will be referred to an ophthalmologist (specialist eye doctor) for treatment.
- Since then, I have been referred to a specialist rheumatology hospital and have been prescribed many nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs.
- 1verb + adverb + preposition + object
- 1.1 (mention)
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