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remind

verb re·mind \ri-ˈmīnd\

: to make (someone) think about something again : to cause (someone) to remember something

Full Definition of REMIND

transitive verb
:  to put in mind of something :  cause to remember
re·mind·er noun

Examples of REMIND

  1. She'll forget to call the doctor if you don't remind her.
  2. Remind me to buy some groceries after work.
  3. I constantly have to be reminded how to pronounce her name.
  4. I had to remind him that we were supposed to leave early.
  5. The audience was reminded to turn their cell phones off in the theater.
  6. The mail just arrived. That reminds me, did you mail that letter I gave you yesterday?

First Known Use of REMIND

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