citations (plural noun)
  1. a quotation from or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in a scholarly work.
    "the majority of the citations are to work published during the past twenty years"
    • law
      a reference to a previous case, used as guidance in the trying of comparable cases or in support of an argument.
      "this journal contains citations from all jurisdictions"
  2. a mention of a praiseworthy act in an official report, especially that of a member of the armed forces in wartime.
    "the citation described him as an officer of extreme gallantry"
    commendation · award · honour · mention · honourable mention
    a summons to appear in court.
    "a traffic citation"
Middle English ( in citation (sense 2)): from Old French, from Latin citatio(n-), from citare ‘cite’.
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the majority of the citations are to work published during the past twenty years.
the citation described him as an officer of extreme gallantry.
this journal contains citations from all jurisdictions.
a traffic citation.
a Nobel citation.
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Laguages Translations
Afrikaans verwysing
Arabic (NOUN)استشهاد, الاقتباس, الاستشهاد, اقتباس
Bangla তথ্যসূত্র
Bosnian (Latin) navod
Bulgarian (NOUN)цитиране, цитат, позоваване
Cantonese (Traditional) 引文
Catalan (NOUN)citació, cites
Chinese Simplified 引文
Chinese Traditional 引文
Croatian (NOUN)navod, citat
Czech (NOUN)citace
Danish (NOUN)henvisning
Dutch (NOUN)citeerwijze, aanhaling, bronvermelding, citaat, visum
Estonian (NOUN)tsitaat, volituses
Fijian ivakamacala
Finnish (NOUN)lainaus, viite
French (NOUN)référence, citées, visa
German (NOUN)Zitat, zitieren, Entgegenhaltung, Quellenangabe, Vorladung, Nennung, Ehrung
Greek (NOUN)παραπομπή, μνεία, σημείο αναφοράς
Hebrew (NOUN)אזכור, ציטוט
Hindi (NOUN)उद्धरण
Hungarian (NOUN)idézet, bevezető
Indonesian (NOUN)rujukan, kutipan
Italian (NOUN)citazione, attestato, trattino
Japanese (NOUN)引用, 引用文献, サイテーション, 引用文, 出典
Kiswahili (NOUN)dondoo
Korean (NOUN)인용
Latvian (NOUN)citātu, citēšanas
Lithuanian (NOUN)citavimo, nurodomoji
Malagasy ny filoha
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)petikan, nama
Maltese (NOUN)titolu
Norwegian Bokmål sitat
Persian (NOUN)استناد
Polish (NOUN)cytowania, cytat
Portuguese (NOUN)citação, menção, multa, intimação
Querétaro Otomi cita
Romanian (NOUN)citare, referirea
Russian (NOUN)цитата
Samoan tusi faamaonia
Serbian (Cyrillic) цитат
Serbian (Latin) citat
Slovak (NOUN)citácie
Slovenian (NOUN)navedbo, citat, citiranja, sklicevanje
Spanish (NOUN)citación, infracción
Swedish (NOUN)citering, citat, beaktandeled, stämningen, angivande
Tahitian apitihiatu te faahitiraa
Tamil மேற்கோள்
Telugu ఆధారం కోరబడింది
Thai อ้างอิง
Tongan subject
Turkish (NOUN)alıntı, atıf
Ukrainian (NOUN)цитування, цитати
Urdu (NOUN)نظیر
Vietnamese (NOUN)trích dẫn
Welsh (NOUN)enwi
Yucatec Maya cita
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