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cite (verb), cites, cited, citing
1. To quote as an authority or an example; such as, a passage from a book, or the words of another person, or people.
2. To mention or to bring forward as a support, an illustration, or a proof; that is, listing the source, or sources, from which someone uses information, words, literary, or verbal context: "He cited several instances of illegal behavior."
3. To commend officially for meritorious action in military service; to honor formally.
4. To summon before a court of law.
5. Etymology: from Old French citer, "to summon"; from Latin citare, "to cause to move, to arouse, to summon, to urge, to call".
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