recalled, past tense; recalled, past participle; recalling, present participle; recalls, 3rd person singular present;
Bring (a fact, event, or situation) back into one's mind, esp. so as to recount it to others; remember
I can still vaguely recall being taken to the hospital
“He was awfully fond of teasing people,” she recalled
he recalled how he felt at the time
Cause one to remember or think of
the film's analysis of contemporary concerns recallsThe Big Chill
Bring the memory or thought of someone or something to (a person or their mind)
the smell of a black-currant bush has ever since recalled to me that evening
Call up (stored computer data) for processing or display
Officially order (someone) to return to a place
the Panamanian ambassador was recalled from Peru
Select (a sports player) as a member of a team from which they have previously been dropped
the Fulham defender has been recalled to the Welsh squad for the World Cup
(of a manufacturer) Request all the purchasers of (a certain product) to return it, as the result of the discovery of a fault
Bring (someone) out of a state of inattention or reverie
her action recalled him to the present
Revoke or annul (an action or decision)
An act or instance of officially recalling someone or something
a recall of Parliament
A request for the return of a faulty product, issued by a manufacturer to all those who have purchased it
The removal of an elected government official from office by a petition followed by voting
The action or faculty of remembering something learned or experienced
he has amazing recall
people's understanding and subsequent recall of stories or events
The proportion of the number of relevant documents retrieved from a database in response to an inquiry
a request by the manufacturer of a defective product to return the product (as for replacement or repair)
remember: recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection; "I can't remember saying any such thing"; "I can't think what her last name was"; "can you remember her phone number?"; "Do you remember that he once loved you?"; "call up memories"
a call to return; "the recall of our ambassador"
hark back: go back to something earlier; "This harks back to a previous remark of his"
a bugle call that signals troops to return
echo: call to mind; "His words echoed John F. Kennedy"
Recall is a bugle call used to signals to soldiers that duties or drills are to cease, or to indicate that a period of relaxation should end. Outside of a military context, it is used to signal when a game should end, such as a game of capture the flag among scouts.
Precision and recall are two widely used statistical classifications.
ReCALL is an academic journal published by Cambridge University press. Itt deals with the use of technologies for language learning and teaching, including both research and development Typical subjects for submissions include theoretical debate on language learning strategies and their ...
Recall in memory refers to the retrieval of events or information from the past. Along with encoding and storage, it is one of the three core processes of memory. There are three main types of recall: free recall, cued recall and serial recall. ...
The action or fact of calling someone or something back; Memory; the ability to remember; In Information retrieval, the fraction of (all) relevant material that is returned by a search; To withdraw, retract (one's words etc.); to revoke (an order). [from 16th c. ...
(Recalled) What can, very occasionally, happen to a batsman if the fielding side have a rare attack of conscience.
(Recalling) Activating prior stored knowledge or memory for use in a given situation.
(RECALLS) Additions to employment of persons called to a job in the same establishment following a layoff of more than seven consecutive days.
(Recalls) When a book you would like to use is checked out, you can request that it be returned within 10 days by placing a recall. Look for the Recall This Item button at the top of the Blais record. An often quicker alternative is to request the book using LINK+.
(Recalls) a retrospective method of dietary assessment in which a subject is asked by a trained interviewer to recall their exact food intake, typically during the previous 24-hour period or preceding day. ...
The regular checkup and teeth cleaning appointment.
Present remembered ideas, facts or experiences
A lender request that the guarantor return a default claim that has already been filed before claim reimbursement because the claim no longer qualifies for default.
Mechanism authorized in some states by which voters may remove an individual from office in the middle of his or her term. There is no provision for a recall at the national level.
The withdrawal or revocation and retrieval of a product due to defect or other liability, as to order back or "callback" for public safety, consumer information, and the like. ...
to retrieve, by concurrent resolution, a measure which has been presented to the Governor, for the correction of errors.
an auditing procedure which has the preclear think of, remember or put his attention on something that happened in the past-all done from present time. See also present time.
an action taken to resolve a problem with therapeutic goods for which there are established deficiencies in quality, efficacy or safety (see About recalls)
The part of a reservation which results in the current borrower having to return an item within a certain time period, which may be sooner than the original due date. You may receive a recall notice for a book you have on loan which another user has reserved.