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Remind vs. Prompt

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Remindverb

To cause one to experience a memory (of someone or something); to bring to the notice or consideration (of a person).

Promptadjective

Quick; acting without delay.

‘He was very prompt at getting a new job.’;

Remindverb

To put (one) in mind of something; to bring to the remembrance of; to bring to the notice or consideration of (a person).

‘When age itself, which will not be defied, shall begin to arrest, seize, and remind us of our mortality.’;

Promptadjective

On time; punctual.

‘Be prompt for your appointment.’;

Remindverb

put in the mind of someone;

‘Remind me to call Mother’;

Promptadjective

(archaic) Ready; willing to act.

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Remindverb

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

Promptnoun

A reminder or cue.

Remind

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Promptnoun

A time limit given for payment of an account for produce purchased, this limit varying with different goods.

Promptnoun

(computing) A symbol that appears on a monitor to indicate that the computer is ready to receive input.

‘I filled in my name where the prompt appeared on the computer screen but my account wasn't recognized.’;

Promptnoun

(writing) A suggestion for inspiration given to an author.

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Promptverb

(transitive) To lead (someone) toward what they should say or do.

‘I prompted him to get a new job.’;

Promptverb

To show or tell an actor/person the words they should be saying, or actions they should be doing.

‘If he forgets his words I will prompt him.’;

Promptverb

(transitive) To initiate; to cause or lead to.

Promptadjective

Ready and quick to act as occasion demands; meeting requirements readily; not slow, dilatory, or hesitating in decision or action; responding on the instant; immediate; as, prompt in obedience or compliance; - said of persons.

‘Very discerning and prompt in giving orders.’; ‘Tell him I am promptTo lay my crown at's feet.’; ‘And you, perhaps, too prompt in your replies.’;

Promptadjective

Done or rendered quickly, readily, or immediately; given without delay or hesitation; - said of conduct; as, prompt assistance.

‘When Washington heard the voice of his country in distress,his obedience was prompt.’;

Promptadjective

Easy; unobstructed.

‘The reception of the light into the body of the building was very prompt.’;

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Promptnoun

A limit of time given for payment of an account for produce purchased, this limit varying with different goods. See Prompt-note.

‘To cover any probable difference of price which might arise before the expiration of the prompt, which for this article [tea] is three months.’;

Promptverb

To assist or induce the action of; to move to action; to instigate; to incite.

‘God first . . . prompted on the infirmities of the infant world by temporal prosperity.’;

Promptverb

To suggest; to dictate.

‘And whispering angles prompt her golden dreams.’;

Promptverb

To remind, as an actor or an orator, of words or topics forgotten.

Promptnoun

a cue given to a performer (usually the beginning of the next line to be spoken);

‘the audience could hear his prompting’;

Promptnoun

(computer science) a symbol that appears on the computer screen to indicate that the computer is ready to receive a command

Promptverb

give an incentive for action;

‘This moved me to sacrifice my career’;

Promptverb

serve as the inciting cause of;

‘She prompted me to call my relatives’;

Promptverb

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

Promptadjective

according to schedule or without delay;

‘they were always on time’; ‘a prompt reply’;

Promptadjective

characterized by speed and efficiency

Promptadjective

quick in apprehending or reacting;

‘a prompt (or ready) response’; ‘a prompt smile’;

Promptadjective

performed with little or no delay;

‘an immediate reply to my letter’; ‘prompt obedience’; ‘was quick to respond’; ‘a straightaway denial’;

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