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    Defer

    I would like to defer Ram on this subject.

    I defer Ram on this subject.


    Are both the above sentences correct?

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    Re: Defer

    I would use defer to.

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    #3

    Re: Defer

    Does it mean my sentence is wrong?

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    Re: Defer

    Yes.

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