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memory

noun /ˈmeməri/ ( plural memories)
the power to remember things
memoria
He has a good memory for details.
the mind’s store of remembered things
memoria
Her memory is full of interesting stories.
something remembered
recuerdo
memories of her childhood.
the time as far back as can be remembered
memoria del hombre/de la humanidad
the coldest winter in memory.
(computing) a part of computer in which information is stored for immediate use.
memoria
memorize verb ( (also memoriseBritish)) to learn (something) so well that one can remember all of it without looking
aprender de memoria, memorizar
She memorized the directions.
Memory Stick noun (computing) a type of memory card (= a small flat device for storing information electronically which is used in portable devices such as digital cameras and mobile/cell phones)
tarjeta de memoria
Memory sticks are an extremely useful way of moving data around.
from memory by remembering; without using a book etc for reference
de memoria
He recited the whole poem from memory.
in memory of / to the memory of as a reminder or memorial of
en memoria de, a la memoria de
They built a monument in memory of their dead leader.
(Definition of memory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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