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remember verb

ADV. clearly, distinctly, vividly, well I distinctly remember Jane saying that the show started at eight. I remember Miss Scott very well. | dimly, vaguely | correctly, rightly If I remember correctly, you were supposed to collect the keys on your way here. | fondly She fondly remembered her early years in India. | still | always I'll always remember this holiday. | suddenly | belatedly Julia belatedly remembered what else she was supposed to do.

VERB + REMEMBER can/could I can't remember her name. | try to | be important to

PREP. as He still remembered her as the lively teenager he'd known years before. | for She is best remembered for her first book, ‘In the Ditch’.