- 1.1 (direct — to source of information) remitir (— to place) enviar*, mandar the reader is referred to … se remite al lector a … I kept being referred from one office to another me estuvieron enviando or mandando de una oficina a otra to refer sb to a specialist [Med] mandar or (AmL) derivar a algn a un especialista 1.2 (submit) [problem/proposal] remitir I shall refer your proposal to the board remitiré su propuesta a la junta, someteré su propuesta a la consideración de la junta see also
refer back to
- v + adv + prep + o [earlier chapter] hacer* referencia a I'll have to refer back to my notes tendré que volver a consultar mis apuntes 1.1v + o + adv + prep + o I was referred back to the specialist me volvieron a mandar or (AmL) derivar al especialista the matter was referred back to the committee el asunto se volvió a remitir a la comisión
refer tov + prep + o
- 1.1 (mention) hacer* referencia a, aludir a she didn't refer to the subject no hizo referencia al tema, no aludió al tema 1.2 (allude to) referirse* a are you referring to me, by any chance? ¿te refieres a mí, por casualidad? I refer to your letter of 18th March con relación a su carta del 18 de marzo 1.3 (apply to, concern) [regulations/orders] atañer* a this criticism does not refer to you esta crítica no va por ti 1.4 (consult) consultar, remitirse a refer to the manual consulte el manual, remítase al manual I shall have to refer to my notes tendré que consultar mis apuntes refer to drawer (on check) devolver* al librador (por falta de fondos)
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