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Past participle: memorised
Gerund: memorising

I memorise
you memorise
he/she/it memorises
we memorise
you memorise
they memorise
I memorised
you memorised
he/she/it memorised
we memorised
you memorised
they memorised
Present Continuous
I am memorising
you are memorising
he/she/it is memorising
we are memorising
you are memorising
they are memorising
Present Perfect
I have memorised
you have memorised
he/she/it has memorised
we have memorised
you have memorised
they have memorised
Past Continuous
I was memorising
you were memorising
he/she/it was memorising
we were memorising
you were memorising
they were memorising
Past Perfect
I had memorised
you had memorised
he/she/it had memorised
we had memorised
you had memorised
they had memorised
I will memorise
you will memorise
he/she/it will memorise
we will memorise
you will memorise
they will memorise
Future Perfect
I will have memorised
you will have memorised
he/she/it will have memorised
we will have memorised
you will have memorised
they will have memorised
Future Continuous
I will be memorising
you will be memorising
he/she/it will be memorising
we will be memorising
you will be memorising
they will be memorising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been memorising
you have been memorising
he/she/it has been memorising
we have been memorising
you have been memorising
they have been memorising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been memorising
you will have been memorising
he/she/it will have been memorising
we will have been memorising
you will have been memorising
they will have been memorising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been memorising
you had been memorising
he/she/it had been memorising
we had been memorising
you had been memorising
they had been memorising
I would memorise
you would memorise
he/she/it would memorise
we would memorise
you would memorise
they would memorise
Past Conditional
I would have memorised
you would have memorised
he/she/it would have memorised
we would have memorised
you would have memorised
they would have memorised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.memorise - commit to memorymemorise - commit to memory; learn by heart; "Have you memorized your lines for the play yet?"
understudy, alternate - be an understudy or alternate for a role
hit the books, study - learn by reading books; "He is studying geology in his room"; "I have an exam next week; I must hit the books now"
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(ˈmeməri) plural ˈmemories noun
1. the power to remember things. a good memory for details.
2. the mind's store of remembered things. Her memory is full of interesting stories.
3. something remembered. memories of her childhood.
4. the time as far back as can be remembered. the greatest fire in memory.
5. a part of computer in which information is stored for immediate use; a computer with 8 megabytes of memory.
ˈmemorize, ˈmemorise verb
to learn (something) so well that one can remember all of it without looking. She memorized the directions.
from memory
by remembering; without using a book etc for reference. He said the whole poem from memory.
in memory of / to the memory of
as a reminder or memorial of. They built a monument in memory of their dead leader.
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The banking concept of education implies that students patiently receive, memorise and repeat what teachers teach them.
Summary: She aims to memorise the 114 Surahs of the holy book.
WHILE recently preparing for a test for FIA inspector for investigation, I had to memorise the names of all federal ministers and advisers.
The octogenarian traditional leader commended the boy's parents and school for helping him to not only memorise the Qur'an in less than two years but also to go ahead to represent Nigeria in an international competition.
A brainchild of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the award was established in order to encourage young Muslims to memorise and understand the Quran, and to spread the Quranic values of peace and love.
But in most of the private schools in Pakistan, teachers don't teach anything to add to an individual's knowledge about the subject they are studying, and instead only ask them to memorise the given course work or material as a means to pass exams and get good grades.
Zahid, who is also home minister, said the ability to memorise 30 chapters of the Quran were admirable, but added that tahfiz students could not rely on this alone.
Memorise to-do lists, or write down and memorise lyrics to a new song.
At the first level, where contestants were asked to memorise the whole Holy Quran, Dawood bin Zahran Al Anbri of Al Khoudh Centre won the first prize, followed by Ghaith bin Harib bin Butti Al Ghafri from Ibri Centre in second place and Zahir bin Mohammed bin Zahir Al Abri from Ibri Centre in third place.
One trick I use to memorise people for the first time is to designate a place for each of them.
Fatima bin Mohammed is believed to be the first woman in UAE history to fully memorise the Quran to win freedom from jail
Though many blind people memorise the Qur'an, even faster than those with clear vision, learning through the Braille script is said to be very rare.