To submit to (another person or group) for consideration. (verb)
To allude to, make a reference or allusion to. (verb)
Examples of word refer
Otherwise we are left either with the error-theoretic conclusion that there are no moral properties or the non-cognitivist conclusion that moral vocabulary does not even purport to refer (in the sense of Ëœreferâ„¢ in play when one does serious metaphysics, anyway; again, the non-cognitivist will allow that we can Ëœspeak with the vulgarâ„¢ here).
The rules of the title refer to a collection of maxims assembled by George Washington that Tinker Grey regards as his bible.
Another essential book everyone interested in U.S. politics should read is Gangs of America by Ted Nace, where the gangs in the title refer to corporations throughout U.S. history.
Some definitions of the term refer to the climate system passing a threshold between different states for example, with ice to ice-free.
The cabinets referred to in the title refer to collections of objects that were around in NYC in the mid 1800's.