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Meaning of "forget" in Essential English Dictionary

forget

verb   /fəˈɡet/ (forgetting, forgot, forgotten)
A2 to not bring something with you because you did not remember it: I’ve forgotten my umbrella.
B1 to not remember something: I’ve forgotten his name. Don’t forget to feed the cat.
B1 ( also forget about) to stop thinking about someone or something: Let’s try to forget about work.
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