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mem·o·ra·ble

 (mĕm′ər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Worth being remembered or noted; remarkable: "One afternoon ... something memorable occurred, all the more stunning because it was so accidental, and unexpected, and embarrassing" (Willie Morris).

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin memorābilis, from memorāre, to bring to remembrance, from memor, mindful; see (s)mer- in Indo-European roots.]

mem′o·ra·bil′i·ty n.
mem′o·ra·bly adv.

memorable

(ˈmɛmərəbəl; ˈmɛmrə-)
adj
worth remembering or easily remembered; noteworthy
[C15: from Latin memorābilis, from memorāre to recall, from memor mindful]
ˌmemoraˈbility, ˈmemorableness n
ˈmemorably adv

mem•o•ra•ble

(ˈmɛm ər ə bəl)

adj.
1. worth remembering; notable: a memorable speech.
2. easily remembered.
[1400–50; < Latin memorābilis worth mentioning =memorā(re) to mention + -bilis -ble]
mem`o•ra•bil′i•ty, mem′o•ra•ble•ness, n.
mem′o•ra•bly, adv.
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جَدير بالذِّكْر
památný
mindeværdig
emlékezetes
eftirminnilegur
įsimintinas
neaizmirstams
nepozaben

memorable

[ˈmemərəbl] ADJmemorable

memorable

[ˈmɛmərəbəl] adjmémorable

memorable

adjunvergesslich; (= important)denkwürdig; on one memorable occasion he/she …unvergesslich bleibt, wie er/sie einmal; the play was not at all memorabledas Stück kann man vergessen

memorable

[ˈmɛmrəbl] adj (day) → memorabile; (beauty) → notevole

memorable

(ˈmemərəbl) adjective
worthy of being remembered. a memorable event.
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