Definition of 'memorize'
Example sentences containing 'memorize'
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Like Calder, he tried to memorize salient landmarks as they wound upward through the mountains. THE ENDLESS GAME (2001)As I told him everything, he listened attentively, his eyes fixed on me as though he were trying to drink me in, memorize my face. WEB OF DREAMS (2001)He made a determined effort to memorize the route they were taking. THE ENDLESS GAME (2001)
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Translations for 'memorize'
British English: memorize /ˈmɛməˌraɪz/ VERB
If you memorize something, you learn it so that you can remember it exactly.
He tried to memorize the way to her house.
- American English: memorize
- Arabic: فِي خِلَالِ ذَلِكَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: memorizar
- Chinese: 记住
- Croatian: naučiti napamet
- Czech: učit se nazpaměť
- Danish: memorere
- Dutch: uit het hoofd leren
- European Spanish: memorizar
- Finnish: opetella ulkoa
- French: mémoriser
- German: einprägen (sich)
- Greek: απομνημονεύω
- Italian: memorizzare
- Japanese: 記憶する
- Korean: 암기하다
- Norwegian: lære utenat
- Polish: zapamiętać
- European Portuguese: memorizar
- Romanian: a memora
- Russian: запоминать
- Spanish: memorizar
- Swedish: memorera
- Thai: ท่องจำ
- Turkish: ezberlemek
- Ukrainian: запам'ятовувати
- Vietnamese: ghi nhớ
Definition of memorize from the Collins English Dictionary
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