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ref

 (rĕf)
n. Informal
A referee.
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ref

(rɛf)
n
(General Sporting Terms) informal short for referee
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ref

(rɛf)

n., v.t., v.i. reffed, ref•fing.
[1895–1900]

ref.

1. referee.
2. reference.
3. referred.
4. reformed.
5. refund.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ref - (sports) the chief official (as in boxing or American football) who is expected to ensure fair playref - (sports) the chief official (as in boxing or American football) who is expected to ensure fair play
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
official - someone who administers the rules of a game or sport; "the golfer asked for an official who could give him a ruling"
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ref

noun
Sports. A person, usually appointed, who decides the issues or results, or supervises the conduct, of a competition or conflict:
Sports: ump.
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Translations
Az.

ref

1 [ref] N (Sport) → árbitro/a m/f

ref

2 PREP ABBR
1. =with reference torespecto de
2. (in letter-head) =referenceref.
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ref

[ˈrɛf] n abbr (=referee) → arbitre m
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ref

1
n (Sport inf) abbr of refereeSchiri m (inf)

ref

2 abbr of reference (number); ref your lettermit Bezug auf Ihren Brief; ref Ms Brightzur Weiterleitung an Frau Bright
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ref

[rɛf] n abbr (Sport) (fam) =refereearbitro
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