Die Übersetzung von "refer" - Englisch-Französisch Wörterbuch


verb /rəˈfəː/ (past tense, past participle referred)

(with to)

to talk or write (about something); to mention

faire allusion à
He doesn’t like anyone referring to his wooden leg
I referred to your theories in my last book.

to relate to, concern, or apply to

renvoyer à
My remarks refer to your last letter.

to send or pass on to someone else for discussion, information, a decision etc

envoyer à
The case was referred to a higher law-court
I’ll refer you to the managing director.

to look for information (in something)

If I’m not sure how to spell a word, I refer to a dictionary.
referee /refəˈriː/ noun

a person who controls boxing, football etc matches, makes sure that the rules are not broken etc

The referee sent two of the players off the field.

a person who is willing to provide a note about one’s character, ability etc, eg when one applies for new job

Please provide the names of two referees, together with your application form and a CV.
reference /ˈrefərəns/ noun

(an) act of referring (to something); a mention (of something)

référence; concernant
He made several references to her latest book
With reference to your request for information, I regret to inform you that I am unable to help you.

a note about one’s character, ability etc, eg when one applies for a new job

Our new secretary had excellent references from her previous employers.

an indication in a book, report etc, showing where one got one’s information or where further information can be found

a list of references.
reference book

a book which is not usually read from beginning to end but which is consulted occasionally for information, eg a dictionary or encyclopaedia.

ouvrage de référence
reference library

a library of books to be looked at for information but not borrowed.

bibliothèque de consultation
reference, noun, is spelt with -r-. referred and referring are spelt with -rr-.

(Die Übersetzung von "refer" von PASSWORT Englisch-Französisch Wörterbuch © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)