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English definition of “recall”

recall

verb [T]  /rɪˈkɔl/ us  

recall verb [T] (REMEMBER)

to bring the memory of a past event into your mind: I can vividly recall our first kiss. [+ that clause] He recalled that he had sent the letter over a month ago. [+ question word] Can you recall what happened last night?

recall verb [T] (ASK TO RETURN)

to order the return of a product made by a company because of a fault in the product
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