Translation of recollection in Spanish:

recollection

Pronunciation: /ˌrekəˈlekʃən/

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  • recuerdo (m) I have fond recollections of my childhood tengo hermosos recuerdos de mi infancia to the best of my recollection si no me falla la memoria, si mal no recuerdo he has no recollection whatsoever of having seen you that day no recuerda para nada haberte visto ese día my recollection of the incident is quite different según lo que yo recuerdo las cosas fueron muy distintas, recuerdo lo que pasó de manera muy distinta

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