remind (someone) of

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Definition of remind (someone) of 

1 : to cause (someone) to remember (something) I reminded him of his promise to help me. This song reminds me of our wedding day.

2 : to cause (someone) to think of (a similar person or thing) He reminds me of my uncle. This painting reminds me of a picture I saw at the Metropolitan Museum.

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