remind

01. Could you [remind] me to pick up some milk on the way home today?
02. Jennifer kept her bouquet of roses long after they had dried out as a [reminder] of the evening that her boyfriend first told her he loved her.
03. My grandmother always said that Victoria [reminded] her of England.
04. Your sister really [reminds] me of your mom; their characters are so similar!
05. Shelley kept an old photo of herself when she was overweight on the fridge door to [remind] her to keep to her diet.
06. My daughter really [reminds] me of my wife when she laughs.
07. Can you [remind] me to phone my sister before we leave town?
08. Stella Adler once said that life beats down and crushes the soul, whereas art [reminds] you that you have one.
09. Ogden Nash once said that middle age is when you've met so many people that every new person you meet [reminds] you of someone else.
10. There is a Malagasy proverb which states that friendship [reminds] us of fathers, but love [reminds] us of mothers.
11. Red is almost never used on ice cream packaging because it [reminds] people of heat.
12. She put a note on the bathroom door as a [reminder] to her husband to pick up some chicken for supper on the way home from work.
13. Seeing our daughter in her dance class [reminded] me of my first ballet lesson.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Remind — Re*mind (r? m?nd ), v. t. To put (one) in mind of something; to bring to the remembrance of; to bring to the notice or consideration of (a person). [1913 Webster] When age itself, which will not be defied, shall begin to arrest, seize, and remind …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • remind — ► VERB 1) cause (someone) to remember something or to do something. 2) (remind of) cause (someone) to think of (something) because of a resemblance …   English terms dictionary

  • remind — I verb admonere, advise, awaken memories, bring back, bring to recollection, bring up, cause to recollect, cause to remember, commonere, cue, drop a hint, give notice, haunt, hint, jog the memory, make an allusion to, note, point out, prod,… …   Law dictionary

  • remind — (v.) 1640s, to remember, from RE (Cf. re ) again + MIND (Cf. mind) (v.). Meaning to put (someone) in mind of (something) is first recorded 1650s. Related: Reminded; reminding …   Etymology dictionary

  • remind — *remember, recollect, recall, reminisce, bethink, mind Analogous words: *suggest, intimate, hint, imply …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • remind — [v] awaken memories of something admonish, advise, bethink, bring back to, bring to mind, call attention, call to mind, call up, caution, cite, emphasize, give a cue*, hint, imply, intimate, jog one’s memory*, make one remember, make one think,… …   New thesaurus

  • remind — [ri mīnd′] vt., vi. [ RE + MIND, v.] to put (a person) in mind (of something); cause (a person) to remember …   English World dictionary

  • Remind Me — Single infobox Name = Remind Me/So Easy Artist = Röyksopp featuring Erlend Øye from Album = Melody A.M. Released = 2002 Format = CD Recorded = 2001 Genre = Electronica, Trip hop Length = 4:04 Label = Astralwerks 11352 Producer = Chart position =… …   Wikipedia

  • remind — /rI maInd/ verb (T) 1 to make someone remember something that they must do: I must pay the gas bill. I ll put it here to remind me. | remind sb about sth: Will you remind me about that appointment? | remind sb to do sth: “Remind me to buy… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • remind */*/*/ — UK [rɪˈmaɪnd] / US verb [transitive] Word forms remind : present tense I/you/we/they remind he/she/it reminds present participle reminding past tense reminded past participle reminded 1) to tell someone again about an event from the past or about …   English dictionary

  • remind — re|mind [ rı maınd ] verb transitive *** 1. ) to tell someone again about an event from the past or about a fact that they used to know: I can t think of his name can you remind me? remind someone of/about something: Can you remind us about your… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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