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verb [transitive]     cite pronunciation in British English
/saɪt/
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present tense
I/you/we/theycite
he/she/itcites
present participleciting
past tensecited
past participlecited
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  1. 2
    legal to officially mention someone in a legal case
  2. 3
    to officially praise someone for something they have done
  3. 4
    legal American to officially order someone to appear in a court of law
 
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