How to Pronounce cite?

Correct pronunciation for the word "cite" is [sˈa͡ɪt], [sˈa‍ɪt], [s_ˈaɪ_t].

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"Cite" in context

A citation is a reference to a source; it is a method of giving credit to an author for their ideas or works. Citations are typically used in academic writing to support an argument or research. They can also be used in journalistic writing to back up facts or assertions. When citing a source, it is important to make sure the proper formatting is used, as well as acknowledging that the words or ideas come from someone else.

Citations are generally made up of two parts: the in-text citation which is a brief reference made within the text and the reference list or bibliography which contains a more detailed form of the citation.

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