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Translation of "memory" - English-Turkish dictionary

memory

noun     /ˈmeməri/
ABILITY [C, U]
B1 your ability to remember bellek, hafıza John has an amazing memory for historical facts. She had a photographic memory (= was able to remember every detail).Remembering, reminding and reminders
THOUGHT [C]
B1 something that you remember anı, hatıra [usually plural] I have fond memories of my childhood.Remembering, reminding and reminders
MIND [C, U]
the part of your mind that stores what you remember hafıza, bellek, akıl He recited the poem from memory.Remembering, reminding and reminders
in memory of sb
If you do something in memory of a dead person, you do it to show your respect or love for them. anısına, hatırasına They built a statue in memory of those who died in the fire.Remembering, reminding and reminders
COMPUTING [C, U]
A2 the part of a computer where information and instructions are stored, or the amount of information that can be stored there (bilgisayar) bellek, hafıza; bellekteki bilgi You need 32 megabytes of memory to run this software.Computer hardware
(Definition of memory from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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