1. (to learn by heart)
a. to memorize (United States)
El orador había memorizado las palabras de su discurso, por lo que no necesitó un teleprompter.The speaker had memorized the words of his speech, so he didn't need a teleprompter.
b. to memorise (United Kingdom)
No puedo memorizar los acordes de esta canción. Son muchos y muy complicados.I can't memorise the chords of this song. There are too many and they're very complicated.
Verb Conjugations for memorizar
Present Participle: memorizando
Past Participle: memorizado
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