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reminder

noun uk   /rɪˈmaɪn.dər/ us    /-dɚ/
C1 [C] a written or spoken message that reminds someone to do something: If he forgot to pay his rent, his landlady would send him a reminder. [+ to infinitive] Mum sent me off with a final reminder to be back before 11 p.m.
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C1 a person or thing that makes you remember a particular person, event, or situation: [+ question word] Patricia's story is a reminder of how vulnerable women can be in what is still essentially a man's world.
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