Remember meaning

rĭ-mĕmbər
To retain in the memory.

Remember your appointment.

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To reward with a gift or tip.

Remembered his niece in his will.

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(engineering) To return to (an original shape or form) after being deformed or altered. Used especially of certain materials.
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To give greetings from.

Remember me to your family.

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To have memory or the use of one's memory.
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To convey greetings from.

Please remember me to your brother.

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(archaic) To remind.
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To recall something; have a recollection.
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To have (an event, thing, person, etc.) come to mind again; think of again.

Suddenly remembering an appointment.

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To bring back to mind by an effort; recollect; recall.

To try to remember a name.

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To bear in mind; keep in the memory; be careful not to forget.
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To keep (a person) in mind with some feeling, as of pleasure, gratitude, etc.
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To mention (a person) to another as sending regards or greetings.

Remember me to your mother.

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(archaic) To remind.
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To bear something in mind or call something back to mind.
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To recall from one's memory; to have an image in one's memory.
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To memorize; to put something into memory.

Please remember this formula!

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To not forget (to do something required)

Remember to lock the door when you go out.

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Chapman.

My friends remembered me of home.

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Secret Parting, lines 5-7

But soon, remembering her how brief the whole.

Of joy, which its own hours annihilate,

Her set gaze gathered.

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(intransitive) To engage in the process of recalling memories.

You don't have to remind him; he remembers very well.

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To have or use the power of memory.
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Remember is defined as to recall or make an effort to keep a person, event or thing in one's mind.

An example of to remember is seeing a familiar face in a crowd and suddenly knowing the person's name.

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To keep (someone) in mind as worthy of consideration or recognition.
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Origin of remember

  • Middle English remembren from Old French remembrer from Latin rememorārī to remember again re- re- memor mindful (s)mer-1 in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle English remembren, from Old French remembrer (“to remember"), from Late Latin rememorari (“to remember again"), from re- + memor (“mindful"), from Proto-Indo-European *mer-, *smer- (“to think about, be mindful, remember"). Cognate with Old English mimorian, mymerian (“to remember, commemorate"), Old English māmorian (“to deliberate, plan out, design"). More at mammer.

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