verbpast tense: referred ; past participle: referred ; present participle: referring ;
(TRANSITIVE) (to direct, for aid: to assign (to) as cause or origin; to seek information from, to call or direct attention (to) to turn over to for settlement or decision, to have relation to; to offer as testimony in evidence of character, to allude [to]) refer the reader to a footnote យោងទៅ
Example: The teacher referred us to the library for other books, to refer to the dangers of crossing the road without taking care, refer a patient to a specialist, refer to that, refer you to the dictionary for the correct spelling ; to refer a dispute to, a refer a dispute to a referee.refer him to a book ប្រាប់ឲ្យទៅរក, refer it to the courts បញ្ចូលទៅ
(INTRANSITIVE) (1. To pertain; concern: questions referring to yesterday's lecture. 2. To make mention or reference. 3. To have recourse; turn: refer to a dictionary) refer to (an incident) សំដៅចំពោះ, refer to (one's notes) មើល (អ្វីៗដែលមិនចាំឬភ្លេច)
(បច្ចេកទេស) និយាយសំដៅទៅរកបញ្ជូនទៅ (អោយជួយ) ដាក់អោយអនុម័តសម្រេច
(បច្ចេកទេស) Refer something back (to somebody) បញ្ជូនត្រលប់ទៅអ្នកផ្ញើវិញ (ដើម្បីសុំការបញ្ជាក់បន្ថែម)
  • refer back
    - យោងត្រឡប់
  • refer the cheque
    - បញ្ជូនមូលប្បទានប័ត្រដល់អ្នកបើកប្រាក់វិញ
  • refer to
    - យោងទៅរក
    - និយាយយោងដល់, ទាក់ទិនដល់, មើលដើម្បីឲ្យនឹកឃើញ, បញ្ជូនទៅ
  • refer to drawer
    - ប្រគល់ទៅដល់អ្នកដកប្រាក់វិញ (ឃ្លាដែលធនាគារសរសេរលើមូលប្បទានប័ត្រពីព្រោះតែគ្មានប្រាក់បើកគ្រប់)
verbpast tense: referred ; past participle: referred ; present participle: referring ;
(TRANSITIVE) To carry or send back.
(TRANSITIVE) Hence: To send or direct away; to send or direct elsewhere, as for treatment, aid, information, decision, etc.; to make over, or pass over, to another; as, to refer a student to an author; to refer a beggar to an officer; to refer a bill to a committee; a court refers a matter of fact to a commissioner for investigation, or refers a question of law to a superior tribunal.
(TRANSITIVE) To place in or under by a mental or rational process; to assign to, as a class, a cause, source, a motive, reason, or ground of explanation; as, he referred the phenomena to electrical disturbances.
(INTRANSITIVE) To have recourse; to apply; to appeal; to betake one's self; as, to refer to a dictionary.
(INTRANSITIVE) To have relation or reference; to relate; to point; as, the figure refers to a footnote.
(INTRANSITIVE) To carry the mind or thought; to direct attention; as, the preacher referred to the late election.
(INTRANSITIVE) To direct inquiry for information or a guarantee of any kind, as in respect to one's integrity, capacity, pecuniary ability, and the like; as, I referred to his employer for the truth of his story.