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Translation of "remember" - English-Spanish dictionary

remember

verb   /rɪˈmem·bər/
A1 to keep something in your mind, or bring it back into your mind recordar I can’t remember his name. I don’t remember signing a contract. I suddenly remembered that it was her birthday.
remember to do something
A2 to not forget to do something acordarse de hacer algo Remember to take your passport.
(Definition of remember from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

remember

verb /riˈmembə/
to keep in the mind, or to bring back into the mind after forgetting for a time recordar, acordarse de I remember you – we met three years ago I remember watching the first men landing on the moon Remember to telephone me tonight I don’t remember where I hid it.
to reward or make a present to acordarse de alguien He remembered her in his will.
to pass (a person’s) good wishes (to someone) dar recuerdos de parte de alguien Remember me to your parents.
remembrance noun
the act of remembering or reminding conmemoración; recuerdo, memoria a statue erected in remembrance of the dead.
(Definition of remember from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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