Traducción de remember en español:

remember

acordarse de, v.

Pronunciación: /rɪˈmɛmbə//rəˈmɛmbər/

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (recall)
    (name/person/fact) acordarse de
    (fact/person/name) recordar
    don't you remember me? ¿no te acuerdas de mí?
    • I can't remember where I put it no me acuerdo de / no recuerdo dónde lo puse
    • I can't remember if / whether I locked the door no recuerdo si cerré la puerta con llave
    • I always remember faces nunca olvido una cara
    • here's a little something to remember me by toma, un detalle para que te acuerdes de mí / para que tengas de recuerdo
    • I remember him as a young man / when he was a young man lo recuerdo de joven
    • this year will be remembered as a turning point in our history este año se recordará como un hito en nuestra historia
    • he remembered me in his will me dejó algo en su testamento
    • she remembered him as (being) a shy young man lo recordaba como un joven tímido
    • it was an evening to remember fue una noche memorable
    • to remember -ing
    • to remember sb/sth -ing
    • she remembers leaving her watch on the table se acuerda de / recuerda haber dejado el reloj encima de la mesa
    • I remembered having read it when I was young me acordé de / recordé que lo había leído cuando era joven
    • I remember him saying something about a meeting me acuerdo de / recuerdo que dijo algo de una reunión
    • she remembers the car coming toward her se acuerda de / recuerda cuando el coche se le vino encima
    • I'm sorry, I'm having trouble remembering things today.
    • When it comes to good conduct, it's worth remembering an incident that occurred in 1999.
    • He had not remembered that incident so long ago; how could he?
    • He, no doubt, shall be remembered with fondness by many former students.
    • I suggest that you give him a new name as hearing his old name may cause him to remember the past.
    • Whenever a team isn't winning, people always remember who isn't playing.
    • I remember reading that myself and puzzling over how this conclusion had been drawn.
    • I still remember quite vividly reading the story when I was at primary school.
    • I had several teeth out this way and can still remember vividly the smell and the rubber mask.
    • She even had trouble remembering some details about Luke.
    • I remember watching my father get dressed for work when I was a kid.
    • He remembered with fondness the beautiful Cherry trees, which are still in the gardens.
    • After exposure to extreme stress, some victims report difficulties remembering things in everyday life.
    • You reminded me of someone I remember vaguely from my very early childhood.
    • She will be remembered with affection as a friendly, kind and reserved lady.
    • I don't even remember all the things that happened on this trip.
    • We must always remember all who took part in all conflicts past and present.
    • I don't even remember which brain regions are being considered.
    • But Richard can still remember vividly the day he questioned the idea that more choice is always better.
    • If you don't believe me, ask yourself whom you remember most fondly from your childhood.
  • 2

    • 2.1(be mindful of, not forget)

      remember your manners no olvides tus modales
      • I'll remember you if anything comes up te tendré presente / me acordaré de ti si surge algo
      • remember where you are/who you're talking to! ¡recuerda donde estás/con quién estás hablando!
      • to remember to + inf acordarse de + inf
      • did you remember to water the plants? ¿te acordaste de regar las plantas?

    • 2.2(commemorate)

      (dead) recordar
      he has asked to be remembered in our prayers nos ha pedido que lo tengamos presente en nuestras oraciones

    • 2.3(send regards)

      to remember sb to sb
      • remember me to your mother dale recuerdos / saludos a tu madre (de mi parte)
      • Peter asked to be remembered Peter te manda recuerdos / saludos
      • I told everyone to remember me to their husbands.


verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (recall)
    acordarse
    recordar
    I used to sit next to you at school, remember? me sentaba a tu lado en la escuela ¿recuerdas / te acuerdas?
    • as far as I remember por lo que recuerdo
    • for as far back as I can remember desde que tengo memoria
    • as I remember, you promised to pay me back today me parece recordar que / que yo recuerde prometiste devolverme el dinero hoy
    • if I remember correctly / right(ly) si mal no recuerdo
    • try to remember! ¡haz memoria!
  • 2

    (be mindful, not forget)
    no olvidarse
    I'll try to remember trataré de no olvidarme / de que no se me olvide