to remember: the opposite of "to forget", to recollect, to think of something in the past verb
-Do you remember me? -No, I suffer from amnesia.
I don't remember the end of the movie because it was so boring, I fell asleep!

UK: Remember to get dressed before you go shopping in future.
US: Can you remember the name of that handsome actor?
  • "Does everybody remember that?"
  • "Remember: if push comes to shove, Edward is expendable, but not Hannah."
  • "REMEMBER: there is NO RISK and you NEVER pay a dime!"
  • "It's a blind date, remember?"
  • "Remember, you won't get anywhere in life if you don't communicate effectively."
  • "Philip : And remember that time that you got stuck in the closet all night?"
  • "Please listen to his advice and remember: he's here to help (and hopefully impress people in high places)."
  • "Remember: if you don't understand what they are saying, just nod your head and say..."
  • "Brent : You don't remember me?"
  • "Bruno : Yes, and remember Brian, ABL: Always be looking."

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