›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
/rɪˈmem·brəns/n[C/U]›[C]The video makes a nice remembrance of the party.