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cite

verb [T]
 
 
/saɪt/ formal
EXAMPLE to mention something as an example or proof of something else
bahsetmek, değinmek, alıntı yapmak,
The doctor cited the case of a woman who had died after taking the drug.Quoting and making references
LAW US to order someone to go to court because they have done something wrong
mahkemeye çağırmak, mahkeme celbi göndermek
[often passive] A local farmer was cited for breaking environmental standards.Court cases, orders and decisionsTaking legal action
(Definition of cite from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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