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Remind vs. Recall

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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).

Recallverb

(transitive) To withdraw, retract (one's words etc.); to revoke (an order).

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.’;

Recallverb

(transitive) To call back, bring back or summon (someone) to a specific place, station etc.

‘He was recalled to service after his retirement.’; ‘She was recalled to London for the trial.’;

Remindverb

put in the mind of someone;

‘Remind me to call Mother’;

Recallverb

(transitive) To bring back (someone) to or from a particular mental or physical state, activity etc.

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Remindverb

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

Recallverb

(transitive) To call back (a situation, event etc.) to one's mind; to remember, recollect.

Remind

Remind (previously Remind101) is a private mobile messaging platform that aims to help teachers, parents, students, and administrators in K–12 schools to communicate with everyone at once. The platform has more than 20 million monthly active users across the United States.

Recallverb

To call again, to call another time.

Recallverb

(transitive) To request or order the return of (a faulty product).

Recallnoun

The action or fact of calling someone or something back.

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Recallnoun

Request of the return of a faulty product

Recallnoun

The right or procedure by which a public official may be removed from office before the end of his/her term of office, by a vote of the people to be taken on the filing of a petition signed by a required number or percentage of qualified voters.

Recallnoun

The right or procedure by which the decision of a court may be directly reversed or annulled by popular vote, as was advocated, in 1912, in the platform of the Progressive party for certain cases involving the police power of the state.

Recallnoun

Memory; the ability to remember.

Recallnoun

(information retrieval) the fraction of (all) relevant material that is returned by a search

Recallverb

To call back; to summon to return; as, to recall troops; to recall an ambassador.

‘If Henry were recalled to life again.’;

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Recallverb

To revoke; to annul by a subsequent act; to take back; to withdraw; as, to recall words, or a decree.

‘Passed sentence may not be recall'd.’;

Recallverb

To call back to mind; to revive in memory; to recollect; to remember; as, to recall bygone days.

Recallnoun

A calling back; a revocation.

‘'T is done, and since 't is done, 't is past recall.’;

Recallnoun

A call on the trumpet, bugle, or drum, by which soldiers are recalled from duty, labor, etc.

Recallnoun

The right or procedure by which a public official, commonly a legislative or executive official, may be removed from office, before the end of his term of office, by a vote of the people to be taken on the filing of a petition signed by a required number or percentage of qualified voters.

Recallnoun

a request by the manufacturer of a defective product to return the product (as for replacement or repair)

Recallnoun

a call to return;

‘the recall of our ambassador’;

Recallnoun

a bugle call that signals troops to return

Recallnoun

the process of remembering (especially the process of recovering information by mental effort);

‘he has total recall of the episode’;

Recallnoun

the act of removing an official by petition

Recallverb

recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection;

‘I can't remember saying any such thing’; ‘I can't think what her last name was’; ‘can you remember her phone number?’; ‘Do you remember that he once loved you?’; ‘call up memories’;

Recallverb

go back to something earlier;

‘This harks back to a previous remark of his’;

Recallverb

call to mind;

‘His words echoed John F. Kennedy’;

Recallverb

summon to return;

‘The ambassador was recalled to his country’; ‘The company called back many of the workers it had laid off during the recession’;

Recallverb

cause one's (or someone else's) thoughts or attention to return from a reverie or digression;

‘She was recalled by a loud laugh’;

Recallverb

make unavailable; bar from sale or distribution;

‘The company recalled the product when it was found to be faulty’;

Recallverb

cause to be returned;

‘recall the defective auto tires’; ‘The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt’;

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