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Translation of "remind" - English-Spanish dictionary

remind

verb   /rɪˈmaɪnd/
B1 to make someone remember something, or remember to do something recordar Every time we meet he reminds me about the money he lent me. Will you remind me to buy some eggs?
→  Phrasal verbs remind someone of something/someone
(Definition of remind from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

remind

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 recordatorio Leave the bill on the table as a reminder that I still have to pay it.
(Definition of remind from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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