reminder


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re·mind

 (rĭ-mīnd′)
tr.v. re·mind·ed, re·mind·ing, re·minds
To cause to remember; put in mind: must remind him to call; reminded her of college days.

re·mind′er n.

reminder

(rɪˈmaɪndə)
n
1. something that recalls the past
2. a note to remind a person of something not done

re•mind•er

(rɪˈmaɪn dər)

n.
a person or thing that reminds, or causes one to remember.
[1645–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reminder - a message that helps you remember somethingreminder - a message that helps you remember something; "he ignored his wife's reminders"
subject matter, content, message, substance - what a communication that is about something is about
phylactery, tefillin - (Judaism) either of two small leather cases containing texts from the Hebrew Scriptures (known collectively as tefillin); traditionally worn (on the forehead and the left arm) by Jewish men during morning prayer
2.reminder - an experience that causes you to remember something
deja vu - the experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before
memento, souvenir - a reminder of past events
memento mori - a reminder (as a death's head) of your mortality
shades of - something that reminds you of someone or something; "aren't there shades of 1948 here?"
experience - the content of direct observation or participation in an event; "he had a religious experience"; "he recalled the experience vividly"
3.reminder - someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoidedreminder - someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
defender, guardian, protector, shielder - a person who cares for persons or property

reminder

noun prompt, prompting, cue, nudge They are about to be given a sharp reminder.

reminder

noun
Something that causes one to remember:
Translations
تَذْكِرَةتَذْكير
připomínkapřipomenutí
påmindelse
muistutus
podsjetnik
áminning
思い出させるもの
생각나게 하는 것
pripomienka
opomin
påminnelse
สิ่งเตือนให้นึกถึง
hatırlatıcıhatırlatıcı şey
vật làm nhớ lại

reminder

[rɪˈmaɪndəʳ]
A. N
1. (= letter etc) → notificación f, aviso m
we will send a reminderle enviaremos un recordatorio
it's a gentle reminderes una advertencia amistosa
2. (= memento) → recuerdo m
it's a reminder of the good old daysrecuerda los buenos tiempos pasados
B. CPD subscription reminder card Ntarjeta f recordatoria de renovación de suscripción

reminder

[rɪˈmaɪndər] n
(= sight, event) → rappel m
a reminder of the past → un rappel du passé
a reminder that ...
His death is a reminder that they are getting old → Sa mort rappelle qu'ils deviennent vieux.
(to help sb remember) (= note, remark) → rappel m
the final reminder for the gas bill → le dernier rappel pour la facture de gaz
He will do it, but he may need the occasional reminder from you
BUT Il le fera, mais il aura peut-être besoin que vous le lui rappeliez de temps à autre.
a reminder that ...
This note is just a reminder that the guests are arriving tonight → Cette note est juste pour rappeler que les invités arrivent ce soir.

reminder

n (= note, knot etc)Gedächtnisstütze f; (letter of) reminder (Comm) → Mahnung f; as a reminder that …um dich/ihn etc daran zu erinnern, dass …; to give somebody a reminder to do somethingjdn daran erinnern, etw zu tun; his presence was a reminder of …seine Gegenwart erinnerte mich/dich etc an (+acc); a gentle reminderein zarter Wink; give him a gentle reminderweis ihn sachte darauf hin

reminder

[rɪˈmaɪndəʳ] n
a. (note) → promemoria m inv (Comm) (letter) → (lettera di) sollecito
as a reminder that → per ricordarsi che
b. (memento) → ricordo

remind

(rəˈmaind) verb
1. to tell (someone) that there is something he or she ought to do, remember etc. Remind me to post that letter; She reminded me of my promise.
2. to make (someone) remember or think of (a person, thing etc). She reminds me of her sister; This reminds me of my schooldays.
reˈminder noun
something said, done, written, noticed etc that reminds one to do something. Leave the bill on the table as a reminder that I still have to pay it.

reminder

تَذْكِرَة připomínka påmindelse Erinnerungshilfe υπενθύμιση recordatorio muistutus rappel podsjetnik promemoria 思い出させるもの 생각나게 하는 것 herinnering påminnelse przypomnienie lembrete напоминание påminnelse สิ่งเตือนให้นึกถึง hatırlatıcı vật làm nhớ lại 提醒者

reminder

n recordatorio
References in classic literature ?
Feeling stronger than ever to meet and subdue her Apollyon, she pinned the note inside her frock, as a shield and a reminder, lest she be taken unaware, and proceeded to open her other letter, quite ready for either good or bad news.
That reminder had as little effect on my practical certitude as I was conscious--still even without looking-- of its having upon the character and attitude of our visitor.
Of course, when one begins to find fault with foreign people's ways, he is very likely to get a reminder to look nearer home, before he gets far with it.
She continually forgot and started up the front stairs because it was the shortest route to her bedroom; she left the dipper on the kitchen shelf instead of hanging it up over the pail; she sat in the chair the cat liked best; she was willing to go on errands, but often forgot what she was sent for; she left the screen doors ajar, so that flies came in; her tongue was ever in motion; she sang or whistled when she was picking up chips; she was always messing with flowers, putting them in vases, pinning them on her dress, and sticking them in her hat; finally she was an everlasting reminder of her foolish, worthless father, whose handsome face and engaging manner had so deceived Aurelia, and perhaps, if the facts were known, others besides Aurelia.
Dent here bent over to the pious lady and whispered something in her ear; I suppose, from the answer elicited, it was a reminder that one of the anathematised race was present.
The allusion served as a timely reminder to Darnay that this disagreeable companion had, of his own free will, assisted him in the strait of the day.
The thought of the money he would get by his actual work could bring no joy, for its meagre image was only a fresh reminder of his loss; and hope was too heavily crushed by the sudden blow for his imagination to dwell on the growth of a new hoard from that small beginning.
Jansenius hastened to interpose a dry reminder that Miss Wilson was waiting.
But the announcement of the death of Joseph Buquet had served them as a brutal reminder that, whenever they had disregarded the ghost's wishes, some fantastic or disastrous event had brought them to a sense of their dependence.
He was a large, thick-set man, a reminder of Benjamin Franklin, with clean-shaven face, long hair curling at the ends, frock coat, high collar, and beaver hat.
Nioche and his accomplished daughter; but this was an effective reminder.
We headed him with pebbles till he retired through a window to the tuneful reminder that he had left a lot of little things behind him.