reminder


reminder
noun
ADJECTIVE
good, potent, powerful, strong
lasting, permanent
constant, continual, daily
further
graphic, sharp, stark, vivid
visible, visual
physical, tangible
chilling, grim, harsh, painful
poignant, sad, sobering
salutary (esp. BrE)
timely

This is a timely reminder of the importance of the retail sector to our economy.

important
gentle, little, quick, subtle
friendly
final

It always took a final reminder to get her to pay her share of the rent.

She received a final reminder for £60.88.

helpful, useful

The list serves as a useful reminder of the issues to consider.

welcome
email

We will send email reminders to committee members.

VERB + REMINDER
act as, be, offer, provide, serve as

The ruined church acts as a constant reminder of the war.

become
give sb, issue, send (sb), send out

She gave him a gentle reminder that payment was due.

get, have, receive

You can get email reminders every week.

need
REMINDER + NOUN
letter, note, postcard (AmE)
system
PREPOSITION
reminder about

We were sent a reminder about the next meeting.

reminder of

It was a cruel and tragic reminder of how dangerous mountaineering can be.

reminder to

a timely reminder to people that leaving their doors open is an invitation to thieves


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Reminder — may refer to: *The Reminder *Reminder software …   Wikipedia

  • Reminder — Re*mind er ( ?r), n. One who, or that which, reminds; that which serves to awaken remembrance. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • reminder — I noun allusion, commemoration, cue, hint, jog, keepsake, memento, memo, memorandum, memorial, mnemonic, mnemonic device, notation, note, phylactery, prod, prompt, reference, relic, remembrance, shrine, souvenir, suggestion, testimonial II index… …   Law dictionary

  • reminder — 1650s, agent noun from REMIND (Cf. remind) …   Etymology dictionary

  • reminder — *remembrance, remembrancer, memorial, memento, token, keepsake, souvenir Analogous words: memorandum (see LETTER): intimation, hint, suggestion (see corresponding verbs at SUGGEST) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • reminder — [n] warning, notice; keepsake admonition, expression, gesture, hint, indication, intimation, memento, memo, memorandum, memorial, note, relic, remembrance, remembrancer, sign, souvenir, suggestion, token, trinket, trophy; concepts 271,278,529 Ant …   New thesaurus

  • reminder — ► NOUN 1) a thing that causes someone to remember something. 2) a letter sent to remind someone to pay a bill …   English terms dictionary

  • reminder — [ri mīn′dər] n. a person or thing that reminds; thing to help one remember something else …   English World dictionary

  • reminder — re|mind|er [rıˈmaındə US ər] n 1.) something that makes you notice, remember, or think about something reminder of ▪ a reminder of the dangers of drinking and driving reminder that ▪ Occasional bursts of gunfire are a reminder that the rebels are …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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