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recollect

rec·ol·lect

recollect

 
 
pronunciation:
re k lekt
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: recollected, recollecting, recollects
definition: to retrieve or be able to retrieve from memory; recall; remember.
I recollect some scenes from the movie very well.Do you recollect seeing them at the festival last spring?I don't recollect meeting his wife before.She can't recollect their visiting her while she was in the hospital.
 
synonyms:
recall, remember
antonyms:
forget
similar words:
evoke, summon, think
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to recall past events or things; remember.
Sometimes I look at the albums and recollect.
synonyms:
remember, reminisce
antonyms:
forget
similar words:
contemplate, hark back, think
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derivations: recollective (adj.), recollectively (adv.)
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