Meaning of RECALL in English

RECALL

I.

noun

Recall is used before these nouns: ↑ election , ↑ petition , ↑ vote

II.

verb

ADVERB

▪ clearly , distinctly , vividly , well

I well ~ walking the five miles to school every morning.

▪ dimly , faintly , vaguely

▪ accurately , correctly

If I ~ correctly, he lives in Luton.

▪ easily

She could easily ~ the smell of the orange groves.

▪ suddenly

▪ fondly , wistfully

I am old enough now to wistfully ~ moments of my youth.

▪ still

Becky could still ~ that first meeting clearly.

VERB + RECALL

▪ seem to

I seem to ~ that she said she was going away.

▪ be able to , can

▪ be unable to , cannot

I couldn't quite ~ the date.

▪ try to

PHRASES

▪ ~ how … 

She ~ed how she would go for walks along the beach late at night.

▪ ~ seeing, reading, hearing, etc. sth

I ~ reading in an interview that he loved to cook.

Recall is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ ambassador , ↑ childhood , ↑ conversation , ↑ encounter , ↑ event , ↑ governor , ↑ image , ↑ incident , ↑ instance , ↑ memory , ↑ model , ↑ moment , ↑ occasion , ↑ parliament , ↑ scene , ↑ word

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