Translation of memory in Spanish:

memory

Pronunciation: /ˈmeməri/

n (pl -ries)

  • 1 1.1 u c [Psych] (faculty) memoria (f) if (my) memory serves me right si mal no recuerdo, si la memoria no me falla to recite/play sth from memory recitar/tocar* algo de memoria to have a good/poor o bad memory tener* buena/mala memoria [Educ] tener* mucha/poca retentiva I've no memory for faces no soy buen fisonomista loss of memory pérdida (f) de la memoria [Med] amnesia (f) to have a memory like a sieve tener* la cabeza como un colador, tener* muy mala memoria memory lane to take a trip o stroll down memory lane rememorar el pasado 1.2 u (period) it all took place within living memory todo sucedió en nuestro tiempo the worst storm in living memory la peor tormenta que se recuerde or de que se tenga memoria
  • 2 2.1 c (recollection) recuerdo (m) to have a vague/vivid memory of sth/sb tener* un recuerdo vago/vívido de algo/algn she has fond/unhappy memories of her childhood tiene gratos/malos recuerdos de su infancia I have no memory of it no lo recuerdo his memory will live on su recuerdo permanecerá vivo 2.2 u (remembrance) memoria (f) in memory of sb a la memoria or en memoria de algn in memory of sth en conmemoración de algo we do this in his memory hacemos esto en memoria suya our dear mother of blessed memory [formal] nuestra querida madre, que en gloria esté

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