recall


recall
I
n.
remembrance

1) beyond recall

memory

2) complete, total recall

signal recalling troops

3) to sound the recall

II
v.

1) ('to remember') to recall distinctly, vividly

2) (d; tr.) ('to remember') to recall as (I recall him as a very bashful child)

3) (D; tr.) ('to call back') to recall from; to (to recall smb. from retirement to active duty)

4) (G) ('to remember') she recalled seeing him

5) (K) ('to remember') I recalled their visiting us

6) (L) ('to remember') she recalled that she had an appointment

7) (Q) ('to remember') I could not recall where we had agreed to meet

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[rɪ'kɔːl]
total recall
vividly
to (to recall smb. from retirement to active duty)
('to remember') to recall distinctly
(D; tr.) ('to call back') to recall from
(G) ('to remember') she recalled seeing him
(K) ('to remember') I recalled their visiting us
(L) ('to remember') she recalled that she had an appointment
(Q) ('to remember') I could not recall where we had agreed to meet
['memory'] complete
['remembrance'] beyond recall
['signal recalling troops'] to sound the recall
(d; tr.) ('to remember') to recall as (I recall him as a very bashful child)

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