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Definición de “cite” en inglés
/sɑɪt/ v [T] (MENTION)
› to mention something as proof for a theory or as a reason why something has happened, or to speak or write words taken from a written work: He cited a study of the devices as proof that the company knew they were dangerous. Scientists cite this experiment as their main support for this theory. › To cite someone else’s words when speaking or writing is to use them: If you cite too many writers, readers will wonder if you have any ideas of your own. › In law, a person or organization which is cited is named in a legal action: The mine operator was cited with 33 violations of federal safety standards.