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--- Overview of noun reference_

The noun reference has 10 senses (first 7 from tagged texts)
1. (9) mention, reference ::: (a remark that calls attention to something or someone; "she made frequent mention of her promotion"; "there was no mention of it"; "the speaker made several references to his wife")
2. (6) citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation ::: (a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; "the student's essay failed to list several important citations"; "the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"; "the article includes mention of similar clinical cases")
3. (5) reference point, point of reference, reference ::: (an indicator that orients you generally; "it is used as a reference for comparing the heating and the electrical energy involved")
4. (5) reference book, reference, reference work, book of facts ::: (a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts; "he contributed articles to the basic reference work on that topic")
5. (4) character, reference, character reference ::: (a formal recommendation by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability; "requests for character references are all too often answered evasively")
6. (3) reference, denotation, extension ::: (the most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression; the class of objects that an expression refers to; "the extension of `satellite of Mars' is the set containing only Demos and Phobos")
7. (2) reference, consultation ::: (the act of referring or consulting; "reference to an encyclopedia produced the answer")
8. reference, source ::: (a publication (or a passage from a publication) that is referred to; "he carried an armful of references back to his desk"; "he spent hours looking for the source of that quotation")
9. address, computer address, reference ::: ((computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored)
10. reference ::: (the relation between a word or phrase and the object or idea it refers to; "he argued that reference is a consequence of conditioned reflexes")

--- Overview of verb reference_

The verb reference has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
1. reference, cite ::: (refer to; "he referenced his colleagues' work")

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun reference_

10 senses of reference                        

Sense 1
mention, reference
   => remark, comment, input
     => statement
       => message, content, subject matter, substance
         => communication
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity

Sense 2
citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation
   => note, annotation, notation
     => comment, commentary
       => statement
         => message, content, subject matter, substance
           => communication
             => abstraction, abstract entity
               => entity

Sense 3
reference point, point of reference, reference
   => indicator
     => signal, signaling, sign
       => communication
         => abstraction, abstract entity
           => entity

Sense 4
reference book, reference, reference work, book of facts
   => book
     => publication
       => work, piece of work
         => product, production
           => creation
             => artifact, artefact
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity

Sense 5
character, reference, character reference
   => recommendation, testimonial, good word
     => praise, congratulations, kudos, extolment
       => approval, commendation
         => message, content, subject matter, substance
           => communication
             => abstraction, abstract entity
               => entity

Sense 6
reference, denotation, extension
   => meaning, substance
     => idea, thought
       => content, cognitive content, mental object
         => cognition, knowledge, noesis
           => psychological feature
             => abstraction, abstract entity
               => entity

Sense 7
reference, consultation
   => action
     => act, deed, human action, human activity
       => event
         => psychological feature
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity

Sense 8
reference, source
   => publication
     => work, piece of work
       => product, production
         => creation
           => artifact, artefact
             => whole, unit
               => object, physical object
                 => physical entity
                   => entity

Sense 9
address, computer address, reference
   => code, computer code
     => coding system
       => writing
         => written communication, written language, black and white
           => communication
             => abstraction, abstract entity
               => entity

Sense 10
   => meaning, substance
     => idea, thought
       => content, cognitive content, mental object
         => cognition, knowledge, noesis
           => psychological feature
             => abstraction, abstract entity
               => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun reference_

5 of 10 senses of reference                      

Sense 1
mention, reference
   => allusion
   => retrospection
   => name-dropping

Sense 2
citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation
   => photo credit
   => cross-reference, cross-index

Sense 3
reference point, point of reference, reference
   => benchmark, bench mark
   => landmark
   => lubber's line, lubber line, lubber's mark, lubber's point
   => target, mark
   => white line
   => buoy

Sense 4
reference book, reference, reference work, book of facts
   => cookbook, cookery book
   => instruction book
   => source book
   => wordbook
   => handbook, enchiridion, vade mecum
   => directory
   => annual, yearly, yearbook
   => atlas, book of maps, map collection
   => encyclopedia, cyclopedia, encyclopaedia, cyclopaedia

Sense 9
address, computer address, reference
   => argument, parameter
   => URL, uniform resource locator, universal resource locator

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun reference_

10 senses of reference                        

Sense 1
mention, reference
   => remark, comment, input

Sense 2
citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation
   => note, annotation, notation

Sense 3
reference point, point of reference, reference
   => indicator

Sense 4
reference book, reference, reference work, book of facts
   => book

Sense 5
character, reference, character reference
   => recommendation, testimonial, good word

Sense 6
reference, denotation, extension
   => meaning, substance

Sense 7
reference, consultation
   => action

Sense 8
reference, source
   => publication

Sense 9
address, computer address, reference
   => code, computer code

Sense 10
   => meaning, substance

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun reference_

10 senses of reference                        

Sense 1
mention, reference
  -> remark, comment, input
   => ad-lib
   => courtesy
   => gambit, ploy
   => obiter dictum, passing comment
   => mention, reference
   => observation, reflection, reflexion
   => rib
   => wisecrack, crack, sally, quip
   => shot, shaft, slam, dig, barb, jibe, gibe
   => conversation stopper, stopper
   => platitude, cliche, banality, commonplace, bromide
   => zinger

Sense 2
citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation
  -> note, annotation, notation
   => poste restante
   => citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation
   => footnote, footer
   => nota bene, NB, N.B.
   => postscript, PS

Sense 3
reference point, point of reference, reference
  -> indicator
   => reference point, point of reference, reference

Sense 4
reference book, reference, reference work, book of facts
  -> book
   => authority
   => curiosa
   => formulary, pharmacopeia
   => trade book, trade edition
   => bestiary
   => catechism
   => pop-up book, pop-up
   => storybook
   => tome
   => booklet, brochure, folder, leaflet, pamphlet
   => textbook, text, text edition, schoolbook, school text
   => workbook
   => copybook
   => appointment book, appointment calendar
   => catalog, catalogue
   => phrase book
   => playbook
   => prayer book, prayerbook
   => reference book, reference, reference work, book of facts
   => review copy
   => songbook
   => yearbook
   HAS INSTANCE=> Das Kapital, Capital
   HAS INSTANCE=> Erewhon
   HAS INSTANCE=> Utopia

Sense 5
character, reference, character reference
  -> recommendation, testimonial, good word
   => character, reference, character reference
   => puff

Sense 6
reference, denotation, extension
  -> meaning, substance
   => semantics
   => significance, import, implication
   => tenor, strain
   => undertone, undercurrent
   => reference, denotation, extension
   => reference
   => connotation

Sense 7
reference, consultation
  -> action
   => thing
   => kindness, benignity
   => accomplishment, achievement
   => alienation
   => application
   => res gestae
   => course, course of action
   => interaction
   => fetch
   => playing
   => play, swordplay
   => arrival
   => performance, execution, carrying out, carrying into action
   => choice, selection, option, pick
   => change
   => economy, saving
   => prohibition, inhibition, forbiddance
   => resistance, opposition
   => bruxism
   => transfusion
   => pickings, taking
   => transgression
   => aggression, hostility
   => destabilization, destabilisation
   => employment, engagement
   => politeness, civility
   => reverence
   => reference, consultation
   => emphasizing, accenting, accentuation
   => beatification
   => jumpstart, jump-start
   => stupefaction
   => vampirism

Sense 8
reference, source
  -> publication
   => reissue, reprint, reprinting
   => new edition
   => book
   => volume
   => read
   => impression, printing
   => collection, compendium
   => periodical
   => magazine, mag
   => tip sheet
   => reference, source
   => republication

Sense 9
address, computer address, reference
  -> code, computer code
   => address, computer address, reference
   => American Standard Code for Information Interchange, ASCII
   => binary code
   => error correction code, ECC
   => firmware, microcode
   => machine code, machine language
   => object code
   => operation code, order code
   => software, software program, computer software, software system, software package, package
   => instruction, command, statement, program line

Sense 10
  -> meaning, substance
   => semantics
   => significance, import, implication
   => tenor, strain
   => undertone, undercurrent
   => reference, denotation, extension
   => reference
   => connotation

--- Grep of noun reference_
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reference frame
reference grid
reference manual
reference point
reference system
reference work

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