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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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refref /ref/ noun [countable] informal  DSa referee
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refYelling at refs is a big step forward.To apply, send your c.v., quoting ref.Omonia supporters chased the ref off the pitch, then tore down the steel dressing-room doors.Juwan Howard is fined for signaling his degree of respect for the refs, on a scale of 1 to 10.The slightest contact draws a whistle, usually from the ref with the worst view.The ref was full of Christmas spirit and United's top scorer was dancing with delight.
ref.ref. (also ref British English) x-refthe written abbreviation of referenceFrom Longman Business Dictionaryrefref written abbreviation for REFERENCEyour ref 4122
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