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memory British & World English

The faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information

stick in one's mind British & World English

Be remembered clearly and for a long time

folk memory British & World English

A recollection or body of recollections of the past that persists among a particular group of people

from memory in memory British & World English

Without reading or referring to notes

from memory British & World English

Without reading or referring to notes

memory bank British & World English

The memory device of a computer or other instrument

memory card British & World English

A small, flat flash drive used especially in digital cameras and mobile phones

memory cell British & World English

A long-lived lymphocyte capable of responding to a particular antigen on its reintroduction, long after the exposure that prompted its production

memory foam British & World English

A polyurethane material that is sensitive to pressure and temperature, used especially in mattresses, where it moulds to the shape of an individual’s body

memory hole British & World English

An imaginary place where inconvenient or unpleasant information is put and quickly forgotten

memory leak British & World English

A failure in a program to release discarded memory, causing impaired performance or failure

race memory British & World English

A supposedly inherited subconscious memory of events in human history or prehistory

bubble memory British & World English

A type of memory in which data is stored as a pattern of magnetized regions in a thin layer of magnetic material

false memory British & World English

An apparent recollection of an event which did not actually occur, especially one of childhood sexual abuse arising from suggestion during psychoanalysis

flash memory British & World English

A kind of memory that retains data in the absence of a power supply

memory board British & World English

A detachable board containing memory chips, which can be connected to a computer

Memory Stick British & World English

A type of memory card

memory trace British & World English

A hypothetical permanent change in the nervous system brought about by memorizing something; an engram

shape memory British & World English

A property exhibited by certain alloys of recovering their initial shape when they are heated after having been plastically deformed

in memory of in memory British & World English

Intended to honour and remind people of (a dead person)

in memory of British & World English

Intended to honour and remind people of (a dead person)

memory mapping British & World English

A technique in which a computer treats peripheral devices as if they were located in the main memory

virtual memory British & World English

Memory that appears to exist as main storage although most of it is supported by data held in secondary storage, transfer between the two being made automatically as required

working memory British & World English

The part of short-term memory which is concerned with immediate conscious perceptual and linguistic processing

associative memory British & World English

A memory capable of determining whether a given datum (the search word) is contained in one of its addresses or locations

collective memory British & World English

The memory of a group of people, passed from one generation to the next

jog someone's memory in jog British & World English

Cause someone to remember something suddenly

conventional memory British & World English

(In a personal computer running DOS) the first 640 k of memory where programs to be run must be loaded

in living memory in living British & World English

Within or during a time that is remembered by people still alive

in living memory British & World English

Within or during a time that is remembered by people still alive

photographic memory British & World English

The ability to remember information or visual images in great detail

read-only memory British & World English

Memory read at high speed but not capable of being changed by program instructions

stick in one's mind in stick2 British & World English

Be remembered clearly and for a long time

jog someone's memory British & World English

Cause someone to remember something suddenly

if my memory serves British & World English

If I remember correctly

take a trip down memory lane in memory British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

take a trip down memory lane British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

cache memory in cache British & World English

An auxiliary memory from which high-speed retrieval is possible

memory English Thesaurus

she is losing her memory

memory English-Spanish

memoria f

memory bank English-Spanish

banco m de memoria

memory card English-Spanish

tarjeta f de memoria

memory loss English-Spanish

pérdida f de memoria

flash memory English-Spanish

memoria f flash


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