Definition of 'reminder'
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It is a sharp reminder that the forthcoming negotiations must get the numbers down. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is yet another reminder of the disgraceful social care failures that shame us as a nation and which have been ignored for too long. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were sorely tested here in another reminder of the ambushes lurking all over the Premier League. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is another reminder of the most invidious feature of Brexit: that it has got us all asking the wrong questions. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When we enter them we want to be bombarded with reminders of past glories. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But of course it is another extremely painful reminder of what lies ahead. The Sun (2009)You can also set bill reminders or overdraft alerts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Leave a reminder note on the kitchen table until you get into the habit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Miss the annual reminder letter and you are tied in for another year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She also represents a reminder of past controversies. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And there was another reminder of mortality. The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)There are bill reminders and you can set up repeat expenses. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Other reminders of the past brought more contentment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Their simple reminders that death is sad and certain and that we do not need to be afraid. Christianity Today (2000)The history of biotechnology is littered with other reminders that we may have to wait a long time. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His tragic death is a reminder of the difficult and often dangerous job our cops are called upon to do. The Sun (2007)The tic becomes a constant reminder that something is wrong and parents often wonder if they have caused it in some way. Good Habits, Bad Habits (1994)None of us has a divine right to Festival winners and this was a sharp reminder. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We found that some lenders charge up to 50 for sending a reminder letter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Britain's workers were given a sharp reminder yesterday that their purchasing power is continuing to shrink. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This provides a final reminder of the fascination of Alaska. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His death was a reminder that skill and experience were no protection against the inevitable shortening of the odds that each combat brought. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)Doubtless this will act as yet another cruel reminder of the particular trauma Greece is enduring. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I wonder if her notes included a reminder to stop boozing and kicking off for no reason? The Sun (2009)This was not true of his earlier collections, which felt both like reminders of something long forgotten and an unveiling of modest but impressive ideas. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)They all have a faintly pastel flavour, ghostly trace tastes; spectral reminders of something that might once have lived in the bottle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But in the meantime a general reminder may be needed that it's wrong to cheat; that winning by cheating should not feel like winning. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I remember enjoying it at the time, but with this as a reminder, it may be best not to see it again. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'reminder'
British English: reminder /rɪˈmaɪndə/ NOUN
If one thing is a reminder of another, the first thing makes you think about the second.
The scar on her hand was a constant reminder of the accident.
- American English: reminder
- Arabic: تَذْكِرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: lembrete
- Chinese: 提醒者
- Croatian: podsjetnik
- Czech: připomínka
- Danish: påmindelse
- Dutch: herinnering
- European Spanish: recordatorio
- Finnish: muistutus
- French: rappel
- German: Erinnerungshilfe
- Greek: υπενθύμιση
- Italian: promemoria
- Japanese: 思い出させるもの
- Korean: 생각나게 하는 것
- Norwegian: påminnelse
- Polish: przypomnienie
- European Portuguese: lembrete
- Romanian: memento
- Russian: напоминание
- Spanish: recordatorio
- Swedish: påminnelse
- Thai: สิ่งเตือนให้นึกถึง
- Turkish: hatırlatıcı
- Ukrainian: нагадування
- Vietnamese: vật làm nhớ lại
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