refer

(redirected from referred)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms.

refer

[ri′fər]
(ordnance)
To bring the gunsights on a chosen aiming point without moving an artillery piece which has been laid for direction.
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the reports a two years old Gulabaan D/O Sahib Samoon who were referred to LMC hospital Hyderabad from Tharparkar was breathed her lost due to the Dengue Fever, while several other suspected patients were referred to different hospitals of Karachi and Hyderabad for further treatment.
The second question referred to the standing committee was irregularities in the selection of the members of local Zakat committees.
Ibby Allan, Green Line Equipment, referred by Beth Landau
In Fayoum, 45 doctors were referred to investigations for their absence during work across eight hospitals located in Fayoum, Tameya, Etsa, and Abshoy.
3,000,000 for the activities referred to in point b)
The relatives, including assorted uncles and aunts who help in arranging these matches, are now referred to as BOOKIES.
Referred authors will also receive a reward of 100 Online Directory Listings at no cost.
2 : to send or direct to some person or place for treatment, aid, information, or decision <The patient was referred to a specialist.
To explore whether clinicians who provide reproductive health care to young female patients should screen them for abuse and exposure to violence, the researcher conducted a cross-sectional analysis of several Alaskan databases: a data file of all females who were enrolled in Medicaid at any point in 1999-2003 and who were 10-15 years old on December 31 of any study year; a database of all females in that age-group who were referred to the state's child protective services unit for investigation of physical or sexual abuse by a primary caregiver in 1999-2003; a similar database for referrals to the state's juvenile justice system; and a database of births to Alaskan residents.
Often s/he was the only person seated during the meeting and was thus referred to as "the chairman" or "chairwoman.
He referred me to one of his civil servants, who referred me to their website, which referred me to a DTI website, which referred me to an energy supplier's website, which referred me to a Friends of the Earth website, which referred me back to one of their articles on the ministry's website.