refer

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kastetmek

Bugünlerde yaşlı insanları kastetmek için kıdemli vatandaş terimini sıklıkla kullanırız. - Nowadays, we often use the term senior citizen to refer to old people.

ima etmek
anmak
başvurmak
{f} değinmek
{f} bahsetmek
{f} -e başvurmak, -e
{f} -e göndermek, -e havale etmek: He referred me to a specialist. Beni bir uzman hekime gönderdi
referable havale edilir
(Bilgisayar) başvurmak yollamak
-den söz etmek
adlandırmak
{f} ilgili olmak
(Ticaret) atıf yapmak
{f} ait olmak
anılmak
{f} sevketmek
danışmak
ilgilendirmek
havale etmek
kapsamak
göndermek

Doktoru, onu bir uzmana göndermek istiyor. - Her doctor wants to refer her to a specialist.

başvur

Konuşmacı bazen notlarına başvurdu. - The speaker sometimes referred to his notes.

Konuşmacı ara sıra notlarına başvurdu. - The speaker occasionally referred to his notes.

ağzına almak
(to ile) -den sözetmek
x yolla/an/kastet/başvur
{f} atfetmek
(Askeri) KAYNAK GÖSTERMEK
müracaat etmek
{f} ait saymak
{f} yararlanmak
{f} bakmak

Referans kitaplarına bakmak istiyorum. - I want to look at the reference books.

(Bilgisayar) yollamak
(Bilgisayar) ilgi kurmak
refere etmek
reference
referans

O, konuşmasında II.Dünya Savaşını referans gösterdi. - She made references to World War II in her speech.

Bir referans olarak seni yazdım. - I put you down as a reference.

refer to
adlandırmak
refer to
(Mukavele) tekabül etmek; işaret etmek, ima etmek
refer to
atıfta bulunmak
refer to as
olarak bilmek
refer to as
olarak tanımak
refer a patient to a hospital
hastaneye sevk etmek
refer somebody to god
allah'a havale etmek
refer to
(Politika, Siyaset) hakkında konuşmak
refer to
-e havale etmek
refer to
(Politika, Siyaset) havale etmek
refer to a decision
(Politika, Siyaset) karara müracaat etmek
refer to drawer
(Ticaret) keşideciye müracaat
refer to endorser
(Ticaret) cirantaya müracaat
refer to the court of bailiff
icraya vermek
refer from reference
referanstan bakın
refer to
gönderme yapmak
refer to sth
sth başvurun
refer to the weather
hava başvurun
refer to a dictionary
sözlüğe bakmak
refer to a dictionary
sözlükten yararlanmak
refer to acceptor
(Ticaret) muhataba müracaat
refer to
(Hukuk) ifade etmek
reference
örnek
refer to
(Hukuk) işaret etmek
reference
{f} kaynakçayı işaretlemek (kitap)
reference
{i} ilişki
referring
dayanarak
referred
göndermeli
refer to
(Havacılık) bakmak
refer to
bahsetmek
refer to
göndermek
refer to
(Politika, Siyaset) sevk etmek
refer to
(Politika, Siyaset) söz etmek
reference
(Ticaret) baş vurma kitabı
reference
röper
reference
(Bilgisayar) başvuru kaynakları
reference
kaynak
reference
(İnşaat) karşılaştırma yapılan
reference
danışma
reference
(Bilgisayar) gönderi
reference
başvuru kitabı

Bir sözlük mükemmel bir başvuru kitabıdır. - A dictionary is an excellent reference book.

reference
(Bilgisayar) yollama
reference
havele
reference
havale etme
reference
(Bilgisayar,Dilbilim) gönderim
reference
(Dilbilim) gönderge
reference
merci
reference
söz etme
reference
(Bilgisayar) kullanma
reference
dayanak
references
(Bilgisayar) bilgi alınabilecek kişiler
references
yararlanılan kaynaklar
references
(Bilgisayar) referanslarımız
references
referanslar

Senin hakkında referanslar talep edeceğim. - I will request references about you.

Tom'un referanslarını kontrol etmeliydim. - I should've checked Tom's references.

references
(Bilgisayar) başvurular
referred
refere edilmiş
referring
izafeten
referring
atıfta bulunarak
referring
havale
cross-refer
okuru başka bir yere göndermek
reference
başvurma
reference
bahsetme
reference
ağzına alma
reference
karşılaştırma
referring
{i} başvurma
referring
{f} başvur
cross refer
çapraz bakın
references
kaynaklar
referred
başvurdu
referrer
(Bilgisayar) Bir intenet sayfasına gönderen/yönlendiren bir başka sayfa ya da internet sitesi
referring
başvurarak
referable
gönderilebilir
referable
{s} başvurulabilir
referable
{s} yararlanılabilir (sözlük vb.)
referable
sevkedilebilir
referable
bakılabilir
referable
atfedilebilir
referable
(sıfat) gönderilebilir, sevkedilebilir, atfedilebilir, başvurulabilir, bakılabilir, yararlanılabilir (sözlük vb.)
reference
kaynak,v.başvur: n.referans
reference
referans veren kişi
reference
havale
reference
müracaat kitabı veya yeri
reference
ait olma
reference
ehliyetname
reference
(Tıp) Müracaat yeri, herhangi bir araştırmada başvurulan kaynakları gösteren liste
reference
{i} bonservis
reference
(fiil) kaynakçayı işaretlemek (kitap)
reference
{i} kastetme
reference
havale etme veya olunma
reference
kinaye
reference
{i} belge
reference
ekspertiz
reference
{i} yararlanılan kaynak
reference
tavsiye eden kimse
reference
tavsiyename
reference
reference library araştı
reference
(Askeri) (S) İLGİLİ KAYNAK (LAR)
reference
bilirkişi raporu
reference
ilgi

Bu işle ilgili daha iyi bir referans veremeyeceğim için özür dilerim. - I apologize that I'm not able to give a better reference to this work.

Bahçecilikle ilgili birkaç faydalı referansı kopyaladım. - I copied down several useful references on gardening.

reference
bakma

Referans kitaplarına bakmak istiyorum. - I want to look at the reference books.

reference
başvuru

Bir sözlük mükemmel bir başvuru kitabıdır. - A dictionary is an excellent reference book.

reference
ima
reference
gönderme

O bir önceki yönetmene gönderme yaptı. - He made reference to the previous director.

reference
müracat yeri
reference
münasebet
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To submit to an authority figure for consideration

He referred the matter to the principal.

To direct the attention of

The shop assistant referred me to the help desk on ground floor.

To allude to, make a reference or allusion to
to direct or send for information or other purpose
have to do with or be relevant to; "There were lots of questions referring to her talk"; "My remark pertained to your earlier comments
{v} to leave, send, direct, respect
Hence: To send or direct away; to send or direct elsewhere, as for treatment, aid, information, decision, etc
seek information from; "You should consult the dictionary"; "refer to your notes"
To send a measure or question to committee
To assign a bill, communication, or other document to a committee for its consideration The House or Senate Journal indicates the committee to which any bill or document was referred The Speaker or presiding officer of the Senate may refer measures to several committees because of the jurisdictional complexities of modern legislation There are three types of multiple referral: joint referral of a bill concurrently to two or more committees; sequential referral of a bill successively to one committee, then a second, and so on; and split referral of various parts of a bill to different committees for consideration
If you refer to a book or other source of information, you look at it in order to find something out. He referred briefly to his notebook
To direct a bill to a committee: HB 2000 was referred to the Ways and Means Committee Bill referrals are made by the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House
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
If you refer someone to a source of information, you tell them the place where they will find the information which they need or which you think will interest them. Mr Bryan also referred me to a book by the American journalist Anthony Scaduto
If a word refers to a particular thing, situation, or idea, it describes it in some way. The term electronics refers to electrically-induced action
To direct to a source for help or information
Providing the customer with the contact details of an external organisation when the agent is sure that no one in their organisation can help the customer directly with their enquiry (See escalate and transfer )
have as a meaning; "`multi-' denotes `many' "
to direct someone's attention to another person or thing (e g Please refer to your owner's manual if you are having problems with your car )
If you refer someone to a person or organization, you send them there for the help they need. Now and then I referred a client to him
send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision; "refer a patient to a specialist"; "refer a bill to a committee"
A "Refer" result means that further testing is necessary to evaluate an infant's hearing This could mean that a hearing problem may exist, but further testing is needed to confirm The most common reasons for a "refer" result on a hearing screening are birthing debris in the ear canal, middle ear fluid or infection, or a permanent hearing loss (3 in 1000 births)
make reference to; "His name was mentioned in connection with the invention"
expand and insert references froma biliograohic database
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
think of, regard, or classify under a subsuming principle or with a general group or in relation to another; "This plant can be referred to a known species"
{f} send, direct; ascribe to, relate to; pertain to, apply to; call attention to, allude to
If you refer to someone or something as a particular thing, you use a particular word, expression, or name to mention or describe them. Marcia had referred to him as a dear friend
Sending an individual to another person who can provide needed services when a condition is suspected that requires different experience or training
have to do with or be relevant to; "There were lots of questions referring to her talk"; "My remark pertained to your earlier comments"
Prounced reefer, but spelled this way, it refers readers to inside or related stories At some papers, these have been called whips
If a person who is ill is referred to a hospital or a specialist, they are sent there by a doctor in order to be treated. Patients are mostly referred to hospital by their general practitioners The patient should be referred for tests immediately
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
If you refer to a particular subject or person, you talk about them or mention them. In his speech, he referred to a recent trip to Canada
To have recourse; to apply; to appeal; to betake one's self; as, to refer to a dictionary
To carry the mind or thought; to direct attention; as, the preacher referred to the late election
To carry or send back
To have relation or reference; to relate; to point; as, the figure refers to a footnote
If you refer a task or a problem to a person or an organization, you formally tell them about it, so that they can deal with it. He could refer the matter to the high court
refer to
direct attention to; apply to
refer to arbitration
take a dispute to mediation
refer to drawer
entry by a bank written on the back of a check that was not paid which tells one to call to the owner of the bank account
reference
A reference work
reference
to refer to, to make reference to, to cite

Reference the dictionary for word meanings.

reference
A previously published written work within academic publishing, used as a source for theory or claims referred to which are used in the text
reference
A measurement one can compare to
reference
A relation between objects in which one object designates, or acts as a means by which to connect to or link to, another object
referable
ascribable
referable
{a} that may be referred
reference
{n} the act of referring, a relation, a hearing before referees
referrer
(Bilgisayar) The referrer, or HTTP referrer—also known by the common misspelling referer that occurs as an HTTP header field
Referable
referrible
Reference
ref
To refer
report
cross-refer
to tell a reader to look in another place in the book they are reading, so that they can get further information cross-refer to/from
cross-refer
refer from one entry to another, as in catalogues, books, and lists
referable
Capable of being referred, or considered in relation to something else; assignable; ascribable
referable
(usually followed by `to') able to be assigned or credited to; "punctuation errors ascribable to careless proofreading"; "the cancellation of the concert was due to the rain"; "the oversight was not imputable to him"; "decide to which of these motives such extraordinary scenes are referable"- Charles Dickens
referable
{s} can be directed; can be ascribed to, can be related to; can be applied to; can be alluded to
referable
something that is referable to something else can be related to it
referable
Capable of being referred to
reference
A service provided to library and archive users who need assistance in locating information on a specific topic or topics Reference services range from simply looking up a fact to extensive research counseling and information searches *
reference
Relation; regard; respect
reference
(n ) A data element that has an address as a value
reference
The process of sending any matter, for inquiry in a cause, to a master or other officer, in order that he may ascertain facts and report to the court
reference
You use with reference to or in reference to in order to indicate what something relates to. I am writing with reference to your article on salaries for scientists see also cross-reference, frame of reference, point of reference, terms of reference. to mention another book, article etc that contains information connected with the subject you are writing about
reference
Location in the library where frequently used materials are kept None of these materials can be CHECKED OUT because they need to be available for all users Many encyclopedias, dictionaries, indexes, directories, and bibliographies are located in Reference
reference
Reference is the act of consulting someone or something in order to get information or advice. Please keep this sheet in a safe place for reference
reference
An arbitrarily selected point or section of a circuit or system to which the polarities and values of the circuit voltages are referred See GROUND
reference
A service provided by the libraries to assist patrons in the retrieval of information and the use of information resources See also Citation
reference
refer to; "he referenced his colleagues' work
reference
A service provided by the library to assist users in the retrieval of information and the use of information resources and technologies
reference
One of whom inquires can be made as to the integrity, capacity, and the like, of another
reference
{f} add a footnote, place a note that directs readers to another source of information (in a book, journal, etc.)
reference
Each module called by the present module has one reference, whether there is one import from the module being called or several References are resolved when dynamic links are created
reference
A term that can be used in multiple ways: 1) to identify the section of the library which contains indexes and reference books, as well as computer workstations that provide access to CLICnet and library databases; 2) a section or department in the library where librarians can provide assistance or help in researching a topic or locating information; 3) a single citation is sometimes called a reference
reference
1) A service provided by the library to assist patrons in the retrieval of information and the use of information resources 2) A notation that provides all the information a reader needs in order to look up where you got your information See Reference List
reference
a publication (or a passage from a publication) that is referred to; "he carried an armful of references back to his desk"; "he spent hours looking for the source of that quotation"
reference
One who, or that which, is referred to
reference
{i} comment, remark; ascription, relation; mention, allusion; regard; note that directs a reader to another source of information; supporting evidence taken from another book or publication
reference
In evaluating color difference, the reference is the color against which all measurements are compared Also referred to as Standard
reference
A reference is a person who gives you a reference, for example when you are applying for a job
reference
A reference is a letter that is written by someone who knows you and which describes your character and abilities. When you apply for a job, an employer might ask for references. The firm offered to give her a reference
reference
to refer to, to cite
reference
The act of submitting a matter in dispute to the judgment of one or more persons for decision
reference
in GEMIS is a data record which contains information on a data source (report, study, measurement, personal communication etc ) A reference consists of a name (e g author + year) and a text which describes the reference in detail, e g the full title (literature citation), or details for the reports etc References can be linked to all data records in GEMIS (products, processes, scenarios, standards, costs, global warming potentials, external costs)
reference
That which refers to something; a specific direction of the attention; as, a reference in a text- book
reference
a remark that calls attention to something or someone; "she made frequent mention of her promotion"; "there was no mention of it"; "the speaker made several references to his wife"
reference
the act of referring or consulting; "reference to an encyclopedia produced the answer"
reference
The distance and direction from a nearby geographical point to the earthquake location
reference
An object reference is a pointer to an object in memory, and is held in a variable In Lingo the common way to get an object reference is to return it from the new() method with the statement return me It is used to reference the properties and methods (handlers) of the object This is done with the familiar 'dot syntax', objRef property and objRef method() See OO Fundamentals
reference
A work, or a passage in a work, to which one is referred
reference
(1) A service that provides assistance to information users to find needed information; (2) sometimes it refers to reference collections, such as encyclopedias, indexes, CD-ROM databases, handbooks, directories, etc
reference
an indicator that orients you generally; "it is used as a reference for comparing the heating and the electrical energy involved"
reference
the act of referring or consulting; "reference to an encyclopedia produced the answer" the most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression; the class of objects that an expression refers to; "the extension of `satellite of Mars' is the set containing only Demos and Phobos" the relation between a word or phrase and the object or idea it refers to; "he argued that reference is a consequence of conditioned reflexes" a publication (or a passage from a publication) that is referred to; "he carried an armful of references back to his desk"; "he spent hours looking for the source of that quotation" refer to; "he referenced his colleagues' work
reference
Service department providing assistance in finding library materials or in conducting research Also, a collection of books used to find information, including dictionaries and encyclopedias, directories, statistical compilations, bibliographies, periodical indexes, etc Mortensen main level, Allen and Bess Graham
reference
Appeal
reference
a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; "the student's essay failed to list several important citations"; "the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"; "the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"
reference
the most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression; the class of objects that an expression refers to; "the extension of `satellite of Mars' is the set containing only Demos and Phobos"
reference
information about a person, provided by someone (a referee) with whom they are well acquainted
reference
A reference is a word, phrase, or idea which comes from something such as a book, poem, or play and which you use when making a point about something. a reference from the Quran
reference
Library materials that contain information to which a user might wish to quickly "refer " These items provide basic research information and are housed in the special "Reference" section of the library Examples of reference works include: encyclopedia, almanacs, guides, manuals, dictionaries, thesauri, directories, etc
reference
a formal recommendation by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability; "requests for character references are all to often answered evasively"
reference
refer to; "he referenced his colleagues' work"
reference
a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts; "he contributed articles to the basic reference work on that topic"
reference
An object containing information which refers to data stored elsewhere, as opposed to containing the data itself
reference
A collection of books and other materials in a library useful for supplying information, kept together for convenience and generally not allowed to circulate
reference
the relation between a word or phrase and the object or idea it refers to; "he argued that reference is a consequence of conditioned reflexes"
reference
A reference is something such as a number or a name that tells you where you can obtain the information you want. Make a note of the reference number shown on the form
reference
Reference books are ones that you look at when you need specific information or facts about a subject. a useful reference work for teachers
reference
1 A direction from one heading to another (also called cross or x-reference, or see or see also, or use for) 2 A note referring to another document or passage
reference
- To pay primary attention to Example: the student will reference the teacher for directions Or, the student will reference his individual visual schedule for directions
reference
1) A service provided by the libraries to assist patrons in the retrieval of information and the use of information resources; 2) SEE ALSO: Citation
reference
Reference to someone or something is the act of talking about them or mentioning them. A reference is a particular example of this. He made no reference to any agreement
reference
One persistent object may reference another persistent object Such references may span databases if the two objects reside within different databases
reference
(n ) the appearance of a data object name or subobject designator in a context requiring the value at that point during execution, or the appearance of a procedure name, its operator symbol, or a defined assignment statement in a context requiring execution of the procedure at that point Note that neither the act of defining a variable nor the appearance of the name of a procedure as an actual argument is regarded as a reference
reference
A property of a representation which denotes what the representation is about, or 'of' See sense, intentionality <Discussion> <References> Chris Eliasmith
reference
If you keep information for future reference, you keep it because it might be useful in the future. Read these notes carefully and keep them for future reference
reference
An individual to whom inquiries may be made regarding another person's character, ability, or whereabouts A lender generally will ask a borrower to provide the names, phone numbers, and addresses of at least three individuals to be used as references for the borrower In the event that the lender loses track of the borrower's whereabouts, the lender will contact these individuals to try to find the borrower
reference
to mention
reference
1) Sometimes used synonymously with citation, reference is used to refer a person to works cited or quoted within a document or to another part of the document (i e an index) 2) In libraries the term reference may be used to describe the type of assistance a library staff person may provide This assistance is frequently in the form of answering library patrons' detailed questions about research or the library collection
reference
The act of referring, or the state of being referred; as, reference to a chart for guidance
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list of citations to materials cited in the body of the text and/or consulted during research
references
If you quote anything from a book or other resource then the source of information should be made clear For a book give the title and author, for Internet information give the web address and title of the web site
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References for each page include bibliographic citations, further reading, credits for photos and artwork, and sources of further information from on-line databases
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the list of references or citations quoted in the text and placed at the end of the document
references
At various points references are sited by placing a code inside of square brakets "[]" The various codes used are
references
Specify cross-references to specifications and guidelines consulted in writing the data dictionary (see Section 6)   The convention "implied" is used when values in the cross-referenced data element do not map to the NISO-specified values note:   TIFF references include parenthetical notations to the "Baseline" fields, required or optional, that must be present for parsing by baseline TIFF readers (see Section 1 4 3 Redundant Metadata)
references
plural of reference
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references
third-person singular of reference
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List of works that are referred or consulted by the author(s) in the creation of the document, and listed as part of the document ScienceServer dynamically lists and links references to the local full text of the article or to the CrossRef defined location
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a category of information for enhanced profiles that lists business references
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An element in the heading of each Survey Report that identifies published or other finding aids in foreign repositories that assisted an agent in discovering Virginia-related material in those collections
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means the resource being catalogued cites, acknowledges, disputes or makes another claim about the related resource
references
A group of people who will say good things about you and who know specifics strengths that you offer Can include work references (current and past supervisors), educational references (former teachers or school administrators), and personal references (who can speak of your character) Never include references on your resume or cover letter; they should be listed on a separate references sheet And always ask people before including them as a reference for you Never provide a list of references unless they are requested Read more
referred
by his/her Primary Care Physician
referred
past of refer
referred
Referred is the term used for those individuals who go through the MRP Care Manager to be "referred" for treatment
referred
When proposed legislation is referred or has a referral, it is sent to a House Committee or Subcommittee that has been given jurisdiction or authority over the draft legislation In the House and the Senate a referral is determined based on rules passed by the separate Houses and on the jurisdiction of the various committees Sometimes legislation may be assigned to several different committees and subcommittees
referrer
{i} one who refers, one who directs to another person or source of information
referrer
URL of an HTML page that refers to the site [Back to The Top]
referrer
Client referrer
referrer
URL of an HTML page that refers to your Web site
referrer
The URL of the Web page from which a visitor came, as indicated by a server's referrer log file If a visitor comes directly from a search engine listing, the query used to find the page will usually be encoded in the referrer URL, making it possible to see which keywords are bringing in visitors
referrer
The web browser generally provides the most recent previous URL when making a request; this is called the referrer There are two major kinds of referrers Each graphic on a page will show that page as its referrer When a visitor clicks on a link that points to a page at your site, the URL of the external page containing the link is sent as the referrer
referrer
Web site page and location showing how your visitor clicked through to your site
referrer
An URL a visitor originated from to get you your site that contains a link to your site If the visitor followed a link to reach one of your pages, the referrer will be the previous page In the case of a graphic on a page, the referrer will be the page containing the graphic
referrer
URL of an HTML page that refers to your website
referrer
The URL of the web page from which a visitor came The server's referrer log file will indicate this If a visitor came directly from a search engine listing, the query used to find the page will usually be encoded in the referer URL, making it easy to see which keywords are bringing visitors The referer information can also be accessed as document referrer within JavaScript or via the HTTP_REFERER environment variable (accessible from scripting languages)
referrer
One who refers
referrer
The referring URL of the current request (the page containing the link the user clicked) Some log files contain referrer data that is imported into the Analysis database Users can then run reports that provide information on, for example, the continent, organization name, and organization city of the referrer (Usage Import, Report Writer, Content Analyzer)
referrer
URL of an HTML page that refers to the site
referrer
A person who refers another
referrer
The URL of an HTML page that refers visitors to a site
referrer
Definition: The URL of the web site that a visitor has come from This information is stored in the server's referrer log file and can be used to discover which search engines or web sites are delivery traffic to your web site
referrer
The URL or site address from which a visitor came from
referrer
(Clickstream Intelligence Administrator's Guide) [definition #2] (Clickstream Intelligence User's Guide)
referrers
plural of referrer
referrers
are those URLs that lead a user to your site or caused the browser to request something from your server The vast majority of requests are made from your own URLs, since most HTML pages contain links to other objects such as graphics files If one of your HTML pages contains links to 10 graphic images, then each request for the HTML page will produce 10 more hits with the referrer specified as the URL of your own HTML page
referrers
Originatinng location that pointed to the linked website
referrers
This is the second most important piece of information in the reports This tells you where your hits come from If you see a lot of search engines high on the list, you have done a good job with your page designs, META tags, and search engine registrations If you pay others for links, you should see them in this list If you do not see them, you are wasting your money If you have "link exchange" types of banners (which we do not recommend), you should see hits from the link exchange organization If you do not see hits referred from these sites, get rid of the banners
referring
present participle of refer
refers
third-person singular of refer
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