remembrer, from Late Latin rememorari, from Latin memor; MEMORY
[intransitive and transitive]to have a picture or idea in your mind of people, events, places etc from the past [↪ forget]COLLOCATIONS COLLOCATIONS can/can't remember remember (that) remember (somebody) doing something remember something well distinctly/vividly/clearly remember (=remember something well) vaguely/dimly/barely remember (=not remember something well) remember something rightly/correctly for as long as somebody can remember (=for a very long time) as far as somebody can remember (=used for telling someone what you remember of a situation)
spokenused to ask someone to give a greeting from you to someone else
WORD CHOICE: WORD CHOICE: remember, remindYou remembersomeone or something from a time in the past• I remember playing there when I was little.• Hello, do you remember me?You also rememberinformation or things that you must do• I can't remember what time he's arriving. • We must remember to close that window.You remindsomeone about something when you tell them to remember it• Remind me to call Kim tomorrow. • Thomas reminded us that Dad was still waiting.If something or someone remindsyou ofa person or thing, they make you think of them because they are similar• Being on the farm reminded me of my childhood. • She reminds me of my first girlfriend.!! You can remind yourselfof something, but you cannot remember yourselfof something• I reminded myself of my promise.• He remembered his promise (NOT He remembered him/himself (of) his promise).
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.