Recollect - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌrekəˈlekt|  American pronunciation of the word recollect
Brit.  |ˌrɛkəˈlɛkt|  British pronunciation of the word recollect


- recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection (syn: recall, remember, retrieve, think)


I've been trying to recollect what happened.

I don't recollect telling him anything, but maybe I did.

She couldn't recollect who had mentioned his name in the first place.

From what I recollect, they said four of them were coming.

I recollect that the weather was cold.

She could not recollect being there.

All I recollect is a grey sky.

She recollected sadly that she and Ben used to laugh a lot.

Can you recollect how your brother reacted?

I recollect seeing Ryder some years ago in Bonn.

Can anyone recollect how the alarm is deactivated?

Can you recollect my calling you?

Word forms

I/you/we/they: recollect
he/she/it: recollects
present participle: recollecting
past tense: recollected
past participle: recollected
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