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remember

verb [I/T]  /rɪˈmem·bər/ us  
to be able to bring a piece of information back into your mind, or to keep a piece of information in your memory: [T] Naomi vividly remembers the day her daughter was born. [I] I’ve been a Tiger fan as long as I can remember. [T] Williams will be remembered for his generosity. [+ question word] Can you remember where we parked the car? [+ that clause] You have to remember that these things take time. [+ to infinitive] Remember to buy some stamps.
remembrance
noun [C/U]  /rɪˈmem·brəns/ us  
[C] The video makes a nice remembrance of the party.
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