Meaning of RECALL in English

RECALL

[re.call] vt (1582) 1 a: to call back "was ~ed to active duty" b: to bring back to mind "~ those early years" c: to remind one of: resemble "a playwright who ~s the Elizabethan dramatists"

2: cancel, revoke

3: restore, revive syn see remember -- re.call.abil.i.ty n -- re.call.able adj -- re.call.er n

[2]re.call n (1611) 1: a call to return "a ~ of workers after a layoff"

2: the right or procedure by which an official may be removed by vote of the people

3: remembrance of what has been learned or experienced

4: the act of revoking

5: a public call by a manufacturer for the return of a product that may be defective or contaminated

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