• Definition for "cite"
    • To estimate as an expert or instance.
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cite definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To estimate as an expert or instance.
    • to say or deliver forward as assistance, example, or evidence: cited a number of cases of insubordinate behavior.
    • To commend formally for meritorious action in military solution.
    • To honor officially.
    • To summon before a court of legislation.
    • To call upon officially or authoritatively to seem, as before a court; to summon.
    • To urge; to enjoin.
    • To estimate; to repeat, as a passage from a novel, and/or terms of some other.
    • to mention to or specify, in terms of help, evidence, illustration, or verification.
    • To bespeak; to point.
    • To inform of a proceeding in judge.
    • To estimate as an authority or example.
    • To mention or deliver ahead as support, illustration, or proof: mentioned several instances of insubordinate behavior.
    • To commend formally for meritorious activity in military service.
    • To honor formally.
    • To summon before a court of law.
    • To call upon formally or authoritatively to appear, as before a court; to summon.
    • To encourage; to enjoin.
    • To quote; to duplicate, as a passage from a book, or even the terms of another.
    • to mention to or specify, in terms of help, proof, example, or verification.
    • To bespeak; to indicate.
    • To alert of a proceeding in courtroom.
  • verb:
    • To estimate; to duplicate, as a passage from a book, or even the terms of another.
    • To list the source(s) from where one took information, words or literary or verbal context.
    • To summon officially or authoritatively to surface in courtroom
    • commend
    • repeat a passage from
    • advance proof for
    • reference for example or evidence
    • get in touch with the official matter, eg to wait judge
    • reference
    • talk about
    • To estimate; to repeat, as a passage from a novel, and/or words of another.
    • To record the source(s) where one took information, words or literary or verbal framework.
    • To summon formally or authoritatively to appear in courtroom
    • commend
    • perform a passage from
    • advance proof for
    • refer to for example or evidence
    • call in an official matter, such as for example to go to judge
    • make reference to
    • reference
  • others:
    • To phone upon formally or authoritatively to show up; summon before an individual or tribunal; provide appropriate or formal notice to arise in courtroom to resolve or safeguard.
    • To proactive approach; rouse; desire; incite.
    • To quote; title or perform, as a passage from a book or even the terms of some other.
    • to mention to in help, proof, or verification: as, to cite an expert or a precedent in proof of a place in-law.
    • to say; recount; recite.
    • To bespeak; argue; proof; denote.
    • Synonyms and Recite, Adduce, etc. See adduce and quote.
    • To call upon officially or authoritatively to look; summon before an individual or tribunal; offer appropriate or official notice to surface in courtroom to resolve or defend.
    • To proactive approach; rouse; desire; incite.
    • To estimate; name or perform, as a passage from a book or perhaps the terms of some other.
    • to mention to in support, proof, or confirmation: as, to cite an authority or a precedent in proof of a spot in-law.
    • to say; recount; recite.
    • To bespeak; argue; research; denote.
    • Synonyms and Recite, Adduce, etc. See adduce and estimate.
  • noun:
    • a quick note recognizing a source of data or of a quoted passageway
    • a quick note acknowledging a source of information or of a quoted passageway
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