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To cite something means to do right by whoever said it and give them credit — for instance, if you add a brilliant statement to a paper but you’re not the one who originally wrote it, you should cite, or point to, the original author.
Using cite with the meaning “to reference” or “to note” is just one of several similar uses. A military or other official report can cite someone for an outstanding act of service, and a legal representative can cite individuals, or summon them, to show up in court. To cite a source when writing or verbally repeating something first spoken by someone else is to give a “citation” or “notation” that gives credit where credit is due.
An example of to cite is to remind someone of the bad weather when talking about a team losing a game.
cit′ed , cit′ing
- to summon to appear before a court of law
- to quote (a passage, book, speech, writer, etc.)
- to refer to or mention as by way of example, proof, or precedent
- to mention in a citation (sense )
- Archaic to stir to action; arouse
What is the meaning of CITES abbreviation?
What does CITES mean?
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I do not cite that instance to express even the shade of an opinion.
Author: Joe Schall, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University.
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2. As’ad Abukhalil, “Maronites,” in Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North Africa, ed. Philip Mattar, 2nd ed., vol. 3 (New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2004), 1491-92.
This guide provides examples of citations of commonly-used sources, based on The Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed.), using notes/bibliography style only.
Kapoor, Bloom, Montez, et al. (2017)
For example, if these two sources were cited in the same paper, three author surnames would be shown in each case before the rest of the surnames are abbreviated to “et al.”: