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Correct spelling for the English word "cite" is [s_ˈaɪ_t], [sˈa͡ɪt], [sˈa‍ɪt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for CITE

Below is the list of 390 misspellings for the word "cite".

Similar spelling words for CITE

Plural form of CITE is CITES

Definition of CITE

  1. To quote or name; refer to.

Anagrams of CITE

3 letters

2 letters

Usage Examples for CITE

  1. Then young Derin, in a flagrant breach of etiquette amongst a council of elders, had dared to cite an opposing parable: Bi eya ba di ekun, eran ni ikpa dze-" When the wild cat becomes a leopard, it can devour great beasts." - "Caribbee" by Thomas Hoover
  2. It seems to have been understood, by the learned counsel on the other side, that the question of jurisdiction may be influenced by the fact of whether there was any possibility of these prisoners being tried in Virginia or not; and it is in reference to that point that I cite this case. - "Trial of the Officers and Crew of the Privateer Savannah, on the Charge of Piracy, in the United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York" by A. F. Warburton
  3. In proof whereof we cite the first outbreak of the French proletariat. - "Selected Essays" by Karl Marx
  4. They cite their experiences, emotions, beliefs, and awareness in lieu of a science- oriented bibliography. - "Humanistic-Nursing" by Paterson, Josephine G.
  5. It would be easy to cite, among our best contemporary painters, a considerable number of artists who are brilliantly continuing the tradition left by Bastien- Lepage and emulating his predilection for the luminous brilliance of the open air. - "Bastien Lepage" by Fr. Crastre

What does cite stand for?

Abbreviation CITE means:

  1. Color Infrastructure and Translation Engine
  2. Cornell Interactive Theater Ensemble

Conjugate verb Cite

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have cited
you would have cited
he/she/it would have cited
we would have cited
they would have cited
I would have cite
you would have cite
he/she/it would have cite
we would have cite
they would have cite

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been citing
you would have been citing
he/she/it would have been citing
we would have been citing
they would have been citing

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would cite
you would cite
he/she/it would cite
we would cite
they would cite

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be citing
you would be citing
he/she/it would be citing
we would be citing
they would be citing

FUTURE

I will cite
you will cite
he/she/it will cite
we will cite
they will cite

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be citing
you will be citing
he/she/it will be citing
we will be citing
they will be citing

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have cited
you will have cited
he/she/it will have cited
we will have cited
they will have cited

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been citing
you will have been citing
he/she/it will have been citing
we will have been citing
they will have been citing

IMPERATIVE

you cite
we let´s cite

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to cite

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was citing
you were citing
he/she/it was citing
we were citing
they were citing

PAST PARTICIPLE

cited

PAST PERFECT

I had cited
you had cited
he/she/it had cited
we had cited
they had cited

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been citing
you had been citing
he/she/it had been citing
we had been citing
they had been citing

PRESENT

I cite
you cite
he/she/it cites
we cite
they cite

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am citing
you are citing
he/she/it is citing
we are citing
they are citing

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

citing

PRESENT PERFECT

I have cited
you have cited
he/she/it has cited
we have cited
they have cited

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been citing
you have been citing
he/she/it has been citing
we have been citing
they have been citing

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it cite

SIMPLE PAST

I cited
you cited
he/she/it cited
we cited
they cited
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