Definition of 'reminisce'
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They were reminiscing about characters they knew at school. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He gave me a hug and wanted to reminisce about how things were left. The Sun (2013)This time of family reminiscing opens windows into family life and the character and interests of the deceased. Christianity Today (2000)Love can play a stronger role in your life now that you are no longer reminiscing about your past. The Sun (2014)You will reminisce about times gone by but don't linger too long. The Sun (2015)Four former high school friends reminisce about their pasts when they meet up 20 years on. The Sun (2009)Live in the past Older people often like reminiscing about their youth. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We all actually had a really good time talking and reminiscing about Stephen. The Sun (2010)We'd reminisce about how time had flown. The Sun (2016)She seemed to reminisce about the keenest of her memories, for her face was alive with old hurts and pleasures. The Broken God (1993)I have so many memories of that time, but reminiscing is tiring. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was going well, reminiscing about the past, laughing at all the silliness of a time gone by. The Sun (2015)While recalling their years of friendship and memories of his 50-year marriage, they also reminisce about their own life experiences. The Sun (2008)After his death, I found myself reminiscing about the times we shared together. The Sun (2014)A mother visits a daughter in hospital who is recovering from an operation, and for a few days they reminisce about people they used to know. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Instead older workers will gradually fade away as hours get shorter, appearances in the office less frequent and office time is spent reminiscing, not working. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'reminisce'
British English: reminisce VERB
If you reminisce about something from your past, you write or talk about it, often with pleasure.
I don't like reminiscing because it makes me feel old.
- American English: reminisce
- Brazilian Portuguese: relembrar velhas histórias
- Chinese: 缅怀往事
- European Spanish: recordar viejos tiempos
- French: raconter ses souvenirs
- German: in Erinnerungen schwelgen
- Italian: lasciarsi andare ai ricordi
- Japanese: 思い出を語る
- Korean: 추억에 잠기다
- European Portuguese: relembrar velhas histórias
- Spanish: recordar viejas historias
Definition of reminisce from the Collins English Dictionary
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