English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to remind (sbdy) of (sthg), to remind that: to make (sbdy) think of, remember (sthg)
I am reminding you that we have a meeting on Monday because you always forget.
Can you remind me to go to the post office? I am sure I will not remember!
- "I remind you that my home country, Ozsglackastan, is not yet part of Europe - the EU is not crazy enough to let us join."
- "Reminds me of my first hit."
- "I'm writing because I'm contractually obliged to remind you that today is the ‘Delavigne talent show', also known as ‘Delavigne's got talent'."
- "You've certainly reminded why I came to live in America."
- "I'd just like to remind everyone that I organised a picnic this weekend, and I didn't see any of your faces there!"
- "Only serve to keep reminding me of how much I missed you."
- "Your e-mail reminded me of the time I broke up with my only ex-girlfriend."
- "Apparently, the painting reminds him very much of his grandmother, who was also red, ugly and had your signature on her bottom."
- "Do you have any music that would remind me of home?"
- "He says that it reminds him of his youth in an Uzbekh clown prison, but did not elaborate."
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