remind


remind
verb
ADVERB
always, constantly, continually, frequently, often, repeatedly

I am often reminded of my former boss.

just, simply

I simply remind them that the choice is theirs.

suddenly

Reading the note suddenly reminded me of my appointment with Angela.

immediately, instantly
quickly

I quickly reminded him that I had said ‘maybe’.

gently

She gently reminded him that the baby was getting cold and should be taken indoors.

painfully

The terrorist attack painfully reminded the Americans that they are vulnerable even at home.

VERB + REMIND
not have to, not need to

I'm sure I don't need to remind you that we have lost our last ten games.

serve to

An event like this serves to remind us that we do not have control over nature.

PREPOSITION
about

I called to remind him about the party.

of

She looked at her watch to remind him of the time.

PHRASES
keep reminding sb
PHRASAL VERB
remind sb of sb/sth
ADVERB
forcefully, forcibly, strongly, vividly

The building reminded me strongly of my old school.

vaguely

Gabriel vaguely reminds me of my father.

suddenly

I was suddenly reminded of a tiger defending its cubs.

immediately, instantly

He was instantly reminded of the time he and Edna had visited Paris.

always

Mrs Nolan always reminded Marie of her own mother.

Remind is used with these nouns as the object: ↑voter

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Remind — Re*mind (r? m?nd ), v. t. To put (one) in mind of something; to bring to the remembrance of; to bring to the notice or consideration of (a person). [1913 Webster] When age itself, which will not be defied, shall begin to arrest, seize, and remind …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • remind — ► VERB 1) cause (someone) to remember something or to do something. 2) (remind of) cause (someone) to think of (something) because of a resemblance …   English terms dictionary

  • remind — I verb admonere, advise, awaken memories, bring back, bring to recollection, bring up, cause to recollect, cause to remember, commonere, cue, drop a hint, give notice, haunt, hint, jog the memory, make an allusion to, note, point out, prod,… …   Law dictionary

  • remind — (v.) 1640s, to remember, from RE (Cf. re ) again + MIND (Cf. mind) (v.). Meaning to put (someone) in mind of (something) is first recorded 1650s. Related: Reminded; reminding …   Etymology dictionary

  • remind — *remember, recollect, recall, reminisce, bethink, mind Analogous words: *suggest, intimate, hint, imply …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • remind — [v] awaken memories of something admonish, advise, bethink, bring back to, bring to mind, call attention, call to mind, call up, caution, cite, emphasize, give a cue*, hint, imply, intimate, jog one’s memory*, make one remember, make one think,… …   New thesaurus

  • remind — [ri mīnd′] vt., vi. [ RE + MIND, v.] to put (a person) in mind (of something); cause (a person) to remember …   English World dictionary

  • Remind Me — Single infobox Name = Remind Me/So Easy Artist = Röyksopp featuring Erlend Øye from Album = Melody A.M. Released = 2002 Format = CD Recorded = 2001 Genre = Electronica, Trip hop Length = 4:04 Label = Astralwerks 11352 Producer = Chart position =… …   Wikipedia

  • remind — /rI maInd/ verb (T) 1 to make someone remember something that they must do: I must pay the gas bill. I ll put it here to remind me. | remind sb about sth: Will you remind me about that appointment? | remind sb to do sth: “Remind me to buy… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • remind */*/*/ — UK [rɪˈmaɪnd] / US verb [transitive] Word forms remind : present tense I/you/we/they remind he/she/it reminds present participle reminding past tense reminded past participle reminded 1) to tell someone again about an event from the past or about …   English dictionary

  • remind — re|mind [ rı maınd ] verb transitive *** 1. ) to tell someone again about an event from the past or about a fact that they used to know: I can t think of his name can you remind me? remind someone of/about something: Can you remind us about your… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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