remember


remember
verb
ADVERB
clearly, distinctly, vividly, well

I distinctly remember Jane saying that the show started at eight.

I remember Miss Scott very well.

dimly, faintly, vaguely
barely, hardly, scarcely
easily

To this day, people can easily remember the show.

correctly, rightly

If I remember correctly, you were supposed to collect the keys on your way here.

exactly, precisely

I don't exactly remember what she said.

I can't remember exactly what happened.

specifically

I specifically remember her saying she would be visiting today.

especially, particularly
mostly, primarily

I mostly remember the art nouveau decor of her living room.

certainly, definitely
fondly

She fondly remembered her early years in India.

still
always, forever

I'll always remember you.

This is an experience that the kids will enjoy and remember forever.

suddenly
finally

She finally remembered what she was going to say.

back

I remembered back to the time I saw her last.

VERB + REMEMBER
can

I can't remember her name.

try to
be important to
PREPOSITION
as

He still remembered her as the lively teenager he'd known years before.

for

She is best remembered for her first book, ‘In the Ditch’.

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Remember is used with these nouns as the object: ↑birthday, ↑childhood, ↑conversation, ↑dream, ↑encounter, ↑episode, ↑event, ↑incident, ↑instance, ↑joke, ↑lesson, ↑manner, ↑memory, ↑moment, ↑name, ↑occasion, ↑password, ↑rule, ↑scene, ↑time, ↑victim, ↑word

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