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Translation of "recollect" - English-Spanish dictionary

recollect

verb   /ˌrek·əˈlekt/
to remember something recordar I didn’t recollect having seen him.
(Definition of recollect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

recollect

verb /rekəˈlekt/
to remember recordar, acordarse de I don’t recollect having seen him before.
recollection /-ʃən/ noun
the act or power of recollecting. memoria
something that is remembered recuerdo My book is called ’Recollections of Childhood’.
(Definition of recollect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “recollect”
in Korean 기억해내다…
in Arabic يَتذكّر…
in Malaysian ingat…
in French se souvenir de…
in Russian припоминать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 回憶, 想起, 記起…
in Italian ricordare…
in Turkish hatırlamak, anımsamak…
in Polish przypominać sobie, pamiętać…
in Vietnamese nhớ…
in Portuguese recordar, lembrar-se…
in Thai ระลึก…
in German sich erinnern…
in Catalan recordar…
in Japanese ~を思い出す…
in Chinese (Simplified) 回忆, 想起, 记起…
in Indonesian mengingat…
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