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People would remember that for a long time. The Sun (2017)Most people remember the ending of the book more than the beginning and the middle. The Sun (2016)It was definitely one to remember. Times, Sunday Times (2016) THINK you can remember what went on over the past year in the racing world? The Sun (2016)But when you have a romantic choice to make, remember that real love gives you time to be certain. The Sun (2017)Remember, trust makes love stronger. The Sun (2017)I remember thinking 'My mum is going to kill me! The Sun (2016)Lots of us have suffered similar tragedies, and it's natural to want to do something to remember the person we lost. The Sun (2016)Spend on dramatic items that people will remember. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When did you give something your all just to make yourself remember you were alive? The Sun (2014)And he always remembers the one that got away. The Sun (2015)They want something to remember when they get older. The Sun (2012) People tend to remember a person like that. The Sun (2007)They remember the person who wins it but they remember how they won it. The Sun (2009)Then he remembers something else he just reviewed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It upsets me that this film may now shape how people remember her. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Just remembering it still makes me feel queasy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ones that reference something fashion editors remember fondly from their childhood! Times, Sunday Times (2015)Just remembering it makes the old ticker tick a bit faster. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His wife makes an unexpected request from him to remember something that day. Your One Week Way to Mind-Fitness (1994)We also have to remember that people who have been working abroad bring back skills when they return home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Everyone remembered the person for years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's how one remembers what happened. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But one lion remembers his saviour - and what looks like a miracle takes place. The Sun (2008)But just remember one thing: you guys are not here to save anyone. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Write down the dialogue of conversations roughly as you remember them and think of ways in which you could have handled the situations differently. Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)I remember thinking it was my dream dress. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I remember then thinking that this fella was a bit different. The Sun (2016)I remember thinking what a powerful tool that is and we don't use it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Übersetzungen für remember
Britisches Englisch: remember /rɪˈmɛmbə/ VERB
If you remember people or events from the past, you still have an idea of them in your mind and you are able to think about them.
I remember her perfectly.
I can't remember.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: remember
- Arabisch: يَتَذَكِّرُ
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: lembrar
- Chinesisch: 记得
- Kroatisch: zapamtiti
- Tschechisch: pamatovat si
- Dänisch: huske
- Niederländisch: herinneren (zich)
- Europäisches Spanisch: recordar
- Finnisch: muistaa
- Französisch: se souvenir
- Deutsch: erinnern (sich)
- Griechisch: θυμάμαι
- Italienisch: ricordare
- Japanisch: 思い出す
- Koreanisch: 기억하다
- Norwegisch: huske
- Polnisch: zapamiętać
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: lembrar
- Rumänisch: a ține minte
- Russisch: помнить
- Spanisch: recordar
- Schwedisch: komma ihåg
- Thai: จำ
- Türkisch: hatırlamak
- Ukrainisch: пам'ятати
- Vietnamesisch: nhớ
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