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character referencenoun [C]

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a ​statement of a person's good ​qualities, written by someone who ​knows the ​person well, that is ​sent to a ​futureemployer
(Definition of character reference from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “character reference”
in Chinese (Simplified) (给未来雇主的)品行证明书,介绍信,推荐信…
in Chinese (Traditional) (給未來僱主的)品行證明書,介紹信,推薦信…
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