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remember

re·mem·ber

remember

 
pronunciation:
rih mem br
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: remembered, remembering, remembers
definition 1: to call to mind from memory; recall.
I just remembered her name! It's Susan!
synonyms:
recall, recollect
antonyms:
forget
similar words:
bethink, retrieve, think
definition 2: to retain the memory of (an experience or the like).
He's old now, but he remembers the accident in every detail.I remember visiting my grandparents when I was six.She doesn't remember making that comment, but I know she did.
synonyms:
retain
antonyms:
forget
definition 3: to have the knowledge or memory (of someone or something) return to mind.
I remembered him as soon as I heard his voice.
synonyms:
recognize
similar words:
flash, include, recall, retain, think
definition 4: to recall and consequently fulfill an obligation.
I finally remembered to make that dentist appointment.
antonyms:
forget, neglect
definition 5: to not leave behind.
I keep forgetting to bring my list, but I remembered it this time.
antonyms:
forget
definition 6: to send affectionate greetings from.
Remember me to your mother, will you?
similar words:
mention
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to possess or use one's memory.
I was just remembering.
synonyms:
recollect, reminisce
similar words:
think
derivations: rememberable (adj.), rememberer (n.)
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Word Parts
The word remember contains the following part:
memor, member, membr Latin root that means memory
synonyms:
mne, mnes, mnest