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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: recollects, recollecting, recollected
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?[verb + gerund ] I don't recollect meeting his wife before.[verb + gerund ] She can't recollect their visiting her while she was in the hospital.[verb + possessive adj + gerund ]
 
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 just try to 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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