Variant of forget
- to lose (facts, knowledge, etc.) from the mind; fail to recall; be unable to remember
- to fail to do, bring, etc. as because of carelessness; overlook, omit, or neglect unintentionally: don't forget to write
- to overlook, omit, or neglect intentionally: let's forget our differences
Origin: Middle English forgeten ; from Old English forgietan (see for- and amp; get): origin, originally sense, to fail to hold
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