remind

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remind(
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maynd
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
1. (to make remember)
a. recordar
He reminds me of his father.Me recuerda a su padre.
I always have to remind my children to take the trash out.Siempre tengo que recordar a mis hijos que saquen la basura.
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remind
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (general)
a. recordar
to remind somebody to do somethingrecordar a alguien que haga algo
that reminds me — did you get the cheese?eso me recuerda or ahora que recuerdo… ¿has comprado el queso?
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remind [rɪˈmaɪnd]
transitive verb
recordar a
thank you for reminding me gracias por recordármelo
I know I'm late - you don't need to keep reminding me! "our whole future could be at stake" I reminded him you're in this too, I don't need to remind you
to remind sb that recordar a algn que
may I remind you let me remind you [that] it was your idea
customers are reminded that ... se recuerda a los clientes que ...
I reminded him that the report was due that afternoon
to remind sb to do sth recordar a algn que haga algo; remind me to fix an appointment recuérdame que ponga una cita; you have to keep reminding him to do it hay que recordárselo constantemente
can you remind me to buy a bottle of Martini?..
need I remind you who he is? ¿tengo que recordarte quién es?
I've got my speech written out to remind me what to say remind me how Caroline was recruited in the first place I'm sure I don't have to remind you what happened to your predecessor
to remind sb about sth recordar algo a algn
don't forget to remind her about the party no te olvides de recordarle lo de la fiesta
the note was to remind him about something he had to explain to one of his students
don't remind me! ¡no me lo recuerdes!
"the Coopers are coming for dinner tonight" - "don't remind me!" "the last time I saw you, you were about to leave for Paris" - "don't remind me! that was the worst holiday I ever had"
to remind sb of sth recordar algo a algn
that reminds me of last time eso me recuerda la última vez; she reminds me of Anne me recuerda a Anne
your son reminds me of you at his age hat song always reminds me of you the smell of lavender always reminds me of that house that reminds me of the time I went to the zoo with Colin this reminds me of Christmas parties I hate the colour blue — it reminds me of school uniforms to remind o.s. [that] ... I had to keep reminding myself there was nothing I could do he reminded himself that these feelings were pure sentimentality
to remind o.s.
I have to remind myself to relax tengo que recordarme a mí mismo que debo relajarme; he's only a boy, I reminded myself no es más que un niño, me recordé
she often looked at the photo to remind herself what he looked like several times a day she would remind herself how lucky she was when writing, constantly remind yourself of who your readers are If you're finding it hard to stop, remind yourself of the advantages of not smoking I'd left a note by the phone to remind myself
that reminds me! ¡a propósito!
I saw John today, which reminds me ... hoy vi a John, a propósito ...
we went for a long drive on Sunday - which reminds me, did you get your car fixed yet?
""acordarse de" or "recordar"?" See culture box in entry remember.
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