Translation of remember in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 (recall) [person/name/fact] acordarse* de, recordar* don't you remember me? ¿no te acuerdas de mí? I can't remember where I put it no me acuerdo de or no recuerdo dónde lo puse I can't remember if o whether I locked the door no recuerdo si cerré la puerta con llave I always remember faces nunca olvido una cara here's a little something to remember me by toma, un detalle para que te acuerdes de mí or para que tengas de recuerdo I remember him as a young man o when he was a young man lo recuerdo de joven, me acuerdo de él cuando era joven this year will be remembered as a turning point in our history este año se recordará como un hito en nuestra historia he remembered me in his will me dejó algo en su testamento she remembered him as (being) a shy young man lo recordaba como un joven tímido, el recuerdo que tenía de él era el de un joven tímido it was an evening to remember fue una noche memorableto remember
-ingshe remembers leaving her watch on the table se acuerda de or recuerda haber dejado el reloj encima de la mesa I remembered having read it when I was young me acordé de or recordé que lo había leído cuando era jovento remember sb/sth -ingI remember him saying something about a meeting me acuerdo de or recuerdo que dijo algo de una reunión she remembers the car coming toward her se acuerda de or recuerda cuando el coche se le vino encima
- 2 2.1 (be mindful of, not forget) remember your manners no olvides tus modales I'll remember you if anything comes up te tendré presente or me acordaré de ti si surge algo remember where you are/who you're talking to! ¡recuerda donde estás/con quién estás hablando! to remember to +
infinitive/infinitivoacordarse* de+ infinitive/infinitivodid you remember to water the plants? ¿te acordaste de regar las plantas? 2.2 (commemorate) [dead] recordar* he has asked to be remembered in our prayers nos ha pedido que lo tengamos presente en nuestras oraciones 2.3 (send regards)to remember sb tosb remember me to your mother dale recuerdos or saludos a tu madre (de mi parte) Peter asked to be remembered Peter te manda recuerdos or saludosExample sentences
- I told everyone to remember me to their husbands.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (recall) acordarse*, recordar* I used to sit next to you at school, remember? me sentaba a tu lado en la escuela ¿recuerdas or te acuerdas? as far as I remember que yo recuerde, por lo que recuerdo for as far back as I can remember desde que tengo memoria as I remember, you promised to pay me back today me parece recordar que or que yo recuerde prometiste devolverme el dinero hoy if I remember correctly o right(ly) si mal no recuerdo, si la memoria no me falla try to remember! ¡haz memoria! 1.2 (be mindful, not forget) no olvidarse I'll try to remember trataré de no olvidarme or de que no se me olvideExample sentences
- Then, when you're stopping the paper and the mail, remember to plant some trees as well.
- Please list your 5 choices in order, remember to sign your post, and get it in by midnight on the 21st.
- Paul's strengths are that he vacuums, does dishes, and remembers to turn the car blinker off pretty quick after completing a left hand turn.
- I suggest that you give him a new name as hearing his old name may cause him to remember the past.
- I still remember quite vividly reading the story when I was at primary school.
- Whenever a team isn't winning, people always remember who isn't playing.
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