In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1recordarle ahacerle acordar a River Platehe needed no reminding — no hizo falta recordárselo
- don't remind me! — ¡no me hagas acordar!
- which reminds me, … — lo que me recuerda …
- oh, that reminds me … — y a propósito …
- passengers are reminded that … — se recuerda a los señores pasajeros que …
- to remind sb to + inf — hacerle acordar a algn de que + inf
- remind me to water the plants — recuérdame que riegue las plantas
- to remind sb about sth
- please remind her about the meeting — por favor recuérdale lo de la reunión
- he reminded me about my last attempt — me recordó mi último intento
- to remind sb of sth/sb
- your comments remind me of something somebody said to me years ago — tus comentarios me recuerdan lo que alguien me dijo hace años
- she reminded him of that summer in Paris — le recordó aquel verano en París
- I am reminded of the time when … — eso me recuerda cuando …
- she reminded him of his responsibilities — le recordó sus responsabilidades
- just a few flowers to remind you of me — unas flores para que te acuerdes de mí
- he reminds me of my grandfather — me hace acordar a mi abuelo
- I pushed through by reminding myself that when this project was finished, it would all be worth it.
- The series reminds me a lot of Cardiac Arrest, this programme that used to be on BBC One in the mid-90s.
- All members are reminded to bring something for the supper and also a little gift.
- These poles and trees are to remind the heir that it is his obligation to care for the orphans.
- The Judge properly reminded the jury of the suggested motive for lying.
- The voice reminds me of the technician that had prepared me for the drop.
- If you do, your wife will remind you daily for the next six years.
- On the other hand, I cannot feel too bitter about an occasion that reminds me that my birthday is the next day.
- Members are reminded to bring their competition entries with them for the meeting.
- Both Isabella Rosellini and Marilyn Monroe began as models, she reminds me.
- He will need to be reminded that his duty is to assist the court rather than Sarah.
- And remind me sometime to write about accessibility of information online.
- It reminds me a little too much of the leisure suit, a fashion faux pas we don't need to revisit.
- The public were reminded to keep to marked footpaths, keep dogs on leads around livestock and close gates.
- Normally she reminds me by circling the date in red on her desk calendar and angling it so that I can't help but see it.
- The way he would hold a note reminded me at the time of David Bowie, though that now seems wide of the mark.
- He reminds me rather of Christopher Hitchens, and that's high praise indeed.
- She left a quick note reminding her father not to forget his meeting in the morning and went on her way.
- With the lambing season now under way dog owners are reminded to keep their dogs under control.
- Healthcare professionals can address the psychological needs by having patients remind themselves daily why they are quitting smoking.
- Encourage courtesy by reminding children to say please and thank you to those who serve or help them.
- I can't even begin to do it justice except to say that it reminds me why I fell in love with animation in the first place.
- All catering staff have been reminded of the importance of adhering to these procedures.
- They were all reminded what the real point of the evening was.
- The floor resembled an empty floor of a warehouse, and John was reminded of where he'd woken up the day before.
- Occasionally the guitar figure skips a note, reminding us she is actually playing this.
- We gave them the album… actually they were one of the first to say it reminds them of '80s new wave.
- I was able to remind myself of these cases by reading the notes on the previous evening.
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