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Spanish translation of “remind”

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verb /rəˈmaind/
to tell (someone) that there is something he or she ought to do, remember etc
recordar (a alguien)
Remind me to post that letter She reminded me of my promise.
to make (someone) remember or think of (a person, thing etc)
recordar algo a alguien
She reminds me of her sister This reminds me of my schooldays.
reminder noun something said, done, written, noticed etc that reminds one to do something
Leave the bill on the table as a reminder that I still have to pay it.
Translations of “remind”
in Korean 상기시키다…
in Arabic يُذَكِّر…
in French rappeler qqch. à qqn, rappeler…
in Italian rammentare a, ricordare a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使記起, 使想起, 提醒…
in Russian напоминать…
in Turkish hatırla(t)mak, anımsa(t)mak…
in Polish przypominać…
in Portuguese lembrar, não deixar esquecer…
in German erinnern…
in Catalan recordar…
in Japanese (人)に思い出させる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使记起, 使想起, 提醒…
(Definition of remind from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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