cf

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See also: Cf, CF, cF, and .cf

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin confer (imperative of 'conferre'; Eng. compare), from con (together) and ferō ((I) bring)

Abbreviation[edit]

cf or cf.

  1. compare, compare to
  2. see also
  3. (archaic) confer (in the obsolete sense of compare) particularly in Webster's 1913.

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Latin[edit]

Abbreviation[edit]

cf.

  1. confer (compare)