Remind - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈmaɪnd|  American pronunciation of the word remind
Brit.  |rɪˈmʌɪnd|  British pronunciation of the word remind


- put in the mind of someone
- assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned (syn: cue, prompt)


She'll forget to call the doctor if you don't remind her.

Remind me to buy some groceries after work.

I constantly have to be reminded how to pronounce her name.

I had to remind him that we were supposed to leave early.

The audience was reminded to turn their cell phones off in the theater.

The mail just arrived. That reminds me, did you mail that letter I gave you yesterday?

You remind me very much of my mother, Izzy.

He likes Newcastle, which reminds him of Weimar Berlin.

She reminded me to buy a newspaper.

Yes, I'll be there. Thanks for reminding me.

The girls constantly had to be reminded about their chores.

Remind me to buy some milk tonight.

Mrs Welland reminded her son that they still had several people to see.

Oh, that reminds me, I saw Jenny in town today.

I reminded myself to watch them closely.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: remind
he/she/it: reminds
present participle: reminding
past tense: reminded
past participle: reminded
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