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refer sb/sth to sb/sth

phrasal verb with refer
 
 
/rɪˈfɜːr/ verb (-rr-)
to direct someone or something to a different place or person for information, help, or action: The decision to refer the bid to the commission will open the way for a foreign company to launch an offer. Most of the site's links simply refer you to the company's toll-free support line.
refer to drawer ( written abbreviation R/D) BANKING words written on a cheque that a bank has refused to pay, usually because the bank account does not contain enough money
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