recall

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  • The company continued to recall more of its cars over the next several months.
  • However, some types of data are more difficult to recall after many years than others.
  • He served in this post for six months, until he was recalled to the main army.
  • If you think to recall something, you are more likely to keep it in your memory.
  • He was recalling a fight he had the night before with his wife.
  • She recalls the days when they might have been happy, but that time has passed.
  • She recalled they came from all over the country and her mother could spot them in any crowd.
  • One week later, the women were called and asked to attend a recall.
  • Recall is a major part of the study of memory and often comes into play in all research.
  • Will recalls the fear that was born in him when he was introduced to military life.
  • Those that knew him recall that theater work was a large part of his activity.
  • Already, he cannot picture his mother's face or recall his father's name.
  • Recalling the former Jewish community and its culture today are very few things.
  • She recalled being called a "little know-it-all" in her youth.
  • Later, he recalls that he returned to Paris and to his then-wife.
  • His sister recalls that he stood on the floor and played it with his hands over his head.
  • He now recalls this name is what his mother called him when she appeared in his dreams.
  • There have been two product recalls of the drink throughout its long history.
  • Under California law, any elected official may be the target of a recall campaign.
  • He recalls the importance of having a strong male role model in his life at this time.
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Meaning of recall

  • noun A request by the manufacturer of a defective product to return the product (as for replacement or repair)
  • noun A call to return
    the recall of our ambassador
  • noun A bugle call that signals troops to return
  • noun The process of remembering (especially the process of recovering information by mental effort)
    he has total recall of the episode
  • noun The act of removing an official by petition
  • verb Summon to return
    The ambassador was recalled to his country, The company called back many of the workers it had laid off during the recession
  • verb Cause one's (or someone else's) thoughts or attention to return from a reverie or digression
    She was recalled by a loud laugh
  • verb Make unavailable; bar from sale or distribution
    The company recalled the product when it was found to be faulty
  • verb Cause to be returned
    recall the defective auto tires, The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt