cite

動詞
  • ja

    引き合いに出す、言及する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to mention something as a reason or an example, or in order to support what you are saying

    Globify による定義
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You need to cite a case to support your argument.
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So cite the case.
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Well, I think it was Foley vs. Langham.
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What are you even talking about?
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So far, you have cited both socialism and anarchism as a basis for your beliefs,
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which are insanely different!
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The first to give it a shot was Lena Headey,
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who was cast in the role in the short-lived TV series 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.'
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Fox cancelled the show after 2 seasons citing its high cost as a reason.
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Unapologetically bloody,
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'Bonnie and Clyde' was condemned by critics on release,
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and it's frequently cited as the film that opened the floodgates of violence in American cinema.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    引用する

  • en

    to speak or write the exact words from a book, an author, etc.; to quote

  • You just casually cited Immanuel Kant.

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  • So, to cite the full quote from the 16th century British courtier and author John Harrington,

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  • To cite the old cliche,

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  • さらに3つの例を表示