Memory - definition, pronunciation, transcription
search as he would, the memory was lost
he can do it from memory
he had a good memory when he was younger
a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached
he taught a graduate course on learning and memory
He began to lose his memory as he grew older.
Dad has a selective memory: he remembers the times he was right and forgets the times he was wrong.
We have pleasant memories of the trip.
His name evokes memories of a happier time.
That time is just a dim memory to me now.
The happiness of those times is still vivid in my memory.
Her name has faded from memory.
I seem to have very little memory of that time in my life.
The sudden shock jogged his memory and everything came flooding back into his mind.
My memory 's not as good as it once was.
She has a terrible memory for names.
Those of you with long memories will remember this song.
The pianist played the whole piece from memory.
I'm speaking from memory, but I believe it was last May.
The first symptom of the disease is often short-term memory loss.