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refer sb/sth to sb/sth

phrasal verb with refer uk   us   /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 ​foreigncompany to ​launch an ​offer. Most of the site's ​links simply refer you to the company's ​toll-freesupportline.
refer to drawer
( written abbreviation R/D) BANKING words written on a ​cheque that a ​bank has ​refused to ​pay, usually because the ​bankaccount does not contain enough ​money
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