verb (used with object)
to recall to the mind by an act or effort of memory; think of again:
I’ll try to remember the exact date.
to retain in the memory; keep in mind; remain aware of:
Remember your appointment with the dentist.
to have (something) come into the mind again:
I just remembered that it’s your birthday today.
to bear (a person) in mind as deserving a gift, reward, or fee:
The company always remembers us at Christmas.
to give a tip, donation, or gift to:
to remember the needy.
to mention (a person) to another as sending kindly greetings:
Remember me to your family.
(of an appliance, computer, etc.) to perform (a programmed activity) at a later time or according to a preset schedule:
The coffeepot remembers to start the coffee at 7 a.m. every day.
Archaic. to remind.
verb (used without object)
to possess or exercise the faculty of memory.
to have recollection (sometimes followed by of):
The old man remembers of his youth.
to become aware of (something forgotten) again; bring back to one’s consciousness; recall
to retain (an idea, intention, etc) in one’s conscious mind: to remember Pythagoras’ theorem, remember to do one’s shopping
(transitive) to give money, etc, to (someone), as in a will or in tipping
(transitive) foll by to. to mention (a person’s name) to another person, as by way of greeting or friendship: remember me to your mother
(transitive) to mention (a person) favourably, as in prayer
(transitive) to commemorate (a person, event, etc): to remember the dead of the wars
remember oneself, to recover one’s good manners after a lapse; stop behaving badly
remember re·mem·ber (rĭ-měm’bər)
v. re·mem·bered, re·mem·ber·ing, re·mem·bers
To recall to the mind; think of again.
To retain in the memory.
To return to an original shape or form after being deformed or altered.
- Remember the maine
Remember the Maine definition A slogan of the Spanish-American War. The United States battleship Maine mysteriously exploded and sank in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, in 1898. Stirred up by the yellow press (see yellow journalism), the American public blamed the sinking on Spain, which then owned Cuba. President William McKinley, who had opposed war, […]
noun 1. a retained mental impression; memory. 2. the act or fact of remembering. 3. the power or faculty of remembering. 4. the length of time over which recollection or memory extends. 5. the state of being remembered; commemoration: to hold someone’s name in remembrance. 6. something that serves to bring to mind or keep […]
noun 1. (in Canada) November 11, observed as a legal holiday in memory of those who died in World Wars I and II, similar to Veterans Day in the U.S.
noun, French À la Recherche du Temps Perdu 1. a novel (1913–27) by Marcel Proust.