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To remember or bring back to mind
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“It would seem unlikely that a pre-verbal infant would have the capacity to recall specific events.”
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To cause one to remember or think of
“The pastels recall early works by Elizabeth Murray, Korman's contemporary.”
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To revoke or annul (an action or decision)
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“Thereupon, the district judge would recall his order for a preliminary examination.”
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To officially order (someone) to return to a place
“The only way to avoid so scandalous a scene is to recall the ambassador immediately.”
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To withdraw something from sale or circulation
“Where tainted products have already entered the market, action must be taken to remove them from the shelves and even, if necessary, to recall the products.”
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To recover something that has been misplaced, stolen, or hidden away
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To recall or thoughtfully
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To undergo a certain feeling, activity, or process another time
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To keep in one's memory
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Of hounds, to retrace a course in order to pick up a lost scent
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To go back over something, usually in an attempt of rediscovery
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To resemble someone or something in appearance, action or behavior
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To repeat (someone's words or opinions), especially to express agreement
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To succeed in evoking or representing
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To remove from employment or office
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To mention as an example or reference
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(remind one of) To awaken memories of something
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To arouse or trigger, especially feelings or emotions
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The action or faculty of remembering something learned or experienced
“I found that Kathy had the most amazing recall and was utterly accurate in virtually everything she told me.”
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The act of calling off or putting an end to an event or action
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“Lady Wolfe determined that a recall of the order would not be in the interests of justice.”
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The action or fact of calling someone or something back
“Since the recall of the minister, nothing has transpired to brighten the prospect of an honorable adjustment of our differences.”
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(usually sports) Selection to a squad or team
“Rob was excited to get a recall to the team.”
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A sentimental recollection or wistful affection for a period in the past
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A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem
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A vivid mental image from the past
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The action or process of regaining possession or control of something
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(military, nautical) A signal by drum or bugle ordering soldiers to return to their quarters
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Evocation or trace
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The action of giving someone back a position they have lost
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