- n. The act or process of transferring someone or something to another, of sending by reference, or referring.
- n. slang A document used by schools detailing some form of student's misbehavior and listing the actions taken before and after the student's receipt of the referral.
- n. a recommendation to consult the (professional) person or group to whom one has been referred
- n. a person whose case has been referred to a specialist or professional group
- n. the act of referring (as forwarding an applicant for employment or referring a matter to an appropriate agency)
- refer + -al (Wiktionary)
“By losing the keyword referral data, SEO marketers have lost a valuable piece of business intelligence: they will no longer be able to see what search terms led users to websites, so they will not be able to advise firms on how best to attract customers in future.”
“And it just so happened, coincidentally, that we had a what we call a referral of a 3-year-old child.”
“I have Medicare which will pay for a screening colonoscopy in a population that almost surely does not benefit but first you must have a referral from the dwindling supply of primary care providers.”
“A referral is not being forced to seek treatment for a chronic condition.”
“The ideal way is to get a personal referral from a writer friend who has hired the type of freelancer you need and can personally recommend the freelancer that they worked with.”
“If you are not sure if a referral is needed, please check with your child's primary care doctor or with your insurer.”
“If you are a referring physician, our Referring Physician form will help you determine if a referral is right for your patient.”
“In five states, a physician's referral is required for patient visits to a physical therapist.”
“Hospitals are also scooping up practices to lock in referral sources and make up for ObamaCare's Medicare cuts.”
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