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Translation of "reference" - English-Turkish dictionary

reference

noun     /ˈrefərəns/
SAY [C, U]
when you briefly talk or write about someone or something söz etme, değinme, atıfta bulunma In his book, he makes several references to his time in France.Quoting and making references
with/in reference to sth formal
B2 relating to something ...ile ilgili olarak I am writing to you with reference to the job advertised in yesterday's newspaper.Quoting and making references
LOOK AT [C, U]
when you look at information, or the thing that you look at for information başvurma, danışma Please keep this handout for future reference (= to look at in the future).ReadingQuoting and making references
LETTER [C]
B2 a letter that is written by someone who knows you, to say if you are suitable for a job or course referans, bonservis →  See also cross reference Official documentsRecruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
(Definition of reference from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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