reference

suomi-englanti sanakirja

reference englannista suomeksi

  1. viittaus, viite

  2. lähde

  3. lähdeviite, käsikirja

  4. referenssi, viittaussuhde

  5. tiedon hakeminen

  6. suositukset

  7. viitata

  8. vertausarvo, vertauspiste

  9. maininta

  1. Substantiivi

  2. vertausarvo, referenssi

  3. suositus

  4. lähdeviittaus, viite, viittaus

  5. lähde

  6. viite

  7. Verbi

  8. viitata

  9. viitata, mainita

reference englanniksi

  1. A relationship or relation ((m) something).

  2. (RQ:Burton Melancholy)

  3. A measurement one can compare to.

  4. Information about a person, provided by someone (a referee) with whom they are well acquainted.

  5. (quote-book)|chapter=An Epistle to Joseph Hill, Esq.|title=The Task, Tirocinium, and Other Poems|page=180|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=_3QCAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA180|passage=Changes will befall, and friends may part, / But distance only cannot change the heart / And were I call’d to prove th’ assertion true, / One proof should serve—a reference to you.

  6. A person who provides this information; a referee.

  7. A work.

  8. That which serves as a work.

  9. (uxi)

  10. The act of referring: a submitting for information or decision.

  11. A relation between objects in which one object designates, or acts as a means by which to connect to or link to, another object.

  12. A short written identification of a previously published work which is used as a source for a text.

  13. A previously published written work thus indicated; a source.

  14. An object containing information which refers to data stored elsewhere, as opposed to containing the data itself.

  15. A special sequence used to represent complex characters in markup languages, such as ™ for the ™ symbol.

  16. Appeal.

  17. (RQ:Shakespeare Antony)

  18. To provide a list of references for (a text).

  19. (ux)

  20. To refer to, to use as a reference.

  21. (quote-journal)|volume=80|number=3|jstor=215307|publisher=American Geographical Society|page=314|passage=The penchant for synthesizing the work of others that pervades British scholarship has been described by one of my cynical American colleagues as “a giant bibliography that is always eating its own tail.” By this he means that cliques of like-minded writers tend to reference each other’s work incessantly.

  22. (quote-journal)|url=https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1994/09/the-end-of-the-book/376361/|passage=Written information is a relatively new phenomenon. Depositing it and being able to reference it centuries later is not common human experience.

  23. (quote-journal)|pages=C1+|passage=On the Florence Harding page, for instance, a researcher will be able to reference a book by Waarren Harding’s alleged mistress, Nan Britton, who claimed that she bore his daughter.

  24. To mention, to cite.

  25. (quote-book)|isbn=0-87117-192-9|page=25|passage=Humanities institutions specifically reference the work setting for illustrative applications of the unique and significant contributions of the Humanities.

  26. (quote-journal)

  27. (quote-journal)|title=A Nominee’s Withdrawal: Transcript of the Statement by Inman on His Decision to Withdraw|journal=(w)|url=https://www.nytimes.com/1994/01/19/us/nominee-s-withdrawal-transcript-statement-inman-his-decision-withdraw.html|page=A14|pageurl=https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1994/01/19/914592.html|passage=And I would simply reference those of you who are out there working.

  28. To contain the value that is a memory address of some value stored in memory.