Translation of recall in Spanish:


memoria, n.

Pronunciation /ˈriˌkɔl/ /riˈkɔl/ /ˈriːkɔːl/ /rəˈkɔl/ /rɪˈkɔːl/

See Spanish definition of memoria


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    memoria feminine
    I have little recall of what happened recuerdo muy vagamente lo que sucedió
    • I have helped him times beyond recall ni recuerdo las veces que lo he ayudado
    • to have total recall tener una memoria excelente
    • She was blessed with a wonderful memory and sense of recall and retained her faculties to the end.
    • The fact that this year's panto at the Brewery is such a resounding success is testament to either Sam's amazing powers of recall or his ability under pressure or both!
    • He has an amazing power of recall and an eagerness to state his case.
    • She's a mechanical genius and yet her common sense and memory recall is nil.
    • Martin John was also blessed with a great sense of recall and memory and could enliven any gathering with his stories from back through the years.
    • As I rode with Shirley to a show in Denver, it was with amazing recall that she told stories of horses and their owners.
    • Subjects were instructed that they should remember as many words as possible for purposes of subsequent recall.
    • It does indicate that I have poor memory recall, though.
    • Even fewer students have any recall of these topics, as I know from having asked audiences at various colloquia.
    • I found that Kathy had the most amazing recall and was quite, utterly accurate in virtually everything she told me.
    • We would not expect that agreement to take part in the study would have altered their recording behaviour or their subsequent recall of the consultations.
    • Their powers of recall, often stretching back to early childhood memories, are utterly enthralling.
    • She had extraordinary recall of the many changes and great events that she witnessed during her long life and she loved to share all those memories with her friends and relatives.
    • Extraordinary memory and recall of events, facts, and/or figures.
    • This simulates clinical interface with a patient testing recall, understanding, and communications skills all at once.
    • The second sequential component to happiness is the phenomenon of retrospective recall.
    • If something has been perceived subliminally, it is stored in a part of the memory that is inaccessible to conscious recall.
    • I just wish my powers of recall were a little… sharper.
    • There was no perceptible improvement in recall.
    • Some of the women were concerned about recall problems, but this was not apparent in the interviews.
  • 2

    • 2.1(withdrawal of goods)

      (del mercado) retirada feminine
      • Richard Hope, like Nogan not even named among the substitutes on Tuesday, could earn an instant recall.
      • That could mean an instant recall for Liam George, who was dropped to the bench at Yeovil.
      • If Berkovic imagined his move to Ewood Park would mean an instant recall to first team duties he must indeed be blessed with a hugely inflated ego.
      • The assassination led to the recall of the US ambassador.
      • But five of the six who were absent at Castleford - Sonny Nickle, John Duffy, Michael Watts, Alan Hadcroft and Paul Rowley - are set for recalls against Rochdale.
      • Midfielder Richard Cooper is expected to be available despite a kick on his calf yesterday and Chris Smith and Leigh Wood may also get recalls after being left out of yesterday's 16-man squad.
      • With striker Colin Alcide ruled out through injury and Mark Sertori relegated to the bench, there were starting recalls for midfielder Paul Talbot and John Williams.
      • The recalls for Barrow and Beveridge are just reshuffling.
      • Introducing judicial recalls will simply replicate this seventeenth century problem, only with the people in the place of the king.
      • ‘I went along to the first audition in London, and five recalls later I got the job,’ she says.
      • Although the audience was not as big as expected, the people there were true Coughlan fans and she really deserved her two recalls.
      • Skipper Mark Hotte and vice-captain Nathan Peat are both pushing for recalls.
      • Dalyell's arguments for immediate recall of parliament seem to me to be unanswerable.
      • But the judges did not order the recall of parliament or the reinstatement of Chaudhry's government.
      • The Drugs Agency still lacks the power to order the recall of contaminated meat.
      • We were the first to call for a recall of parliament.
      • The injuries could see Derek Stillie and Kevin Sharp earn recalls to the first team.
      • A short stint at Class AAA Indianapolis was all it took to earn a recall to the majors.

    • 2.2(summoning back)

      they ordered the recall of the ambassador ordenaron la retirada del embajador
      • the unexpected recall of Parliament la inesperada convocación del Parlamento (en sesión extraordinaria)
      • to sound the recall tocar retreta

    • 2.3Politics
      (in US)

      (de un funcionario del gobierno mediante voto popular) destitución feminine
      • Davis last night became the second governor in American history to be thrown from office in a recall vote.
      • Thus the legal process for recalling the current village committee director was on the way.
      • Wednesday, one of his political advisers said he will make a formal announcement after the recall is officially certified and a date for the ballot is set.
      • Would a Davis resignation cancel the recall, and leave Bustamante as governor?
      • Camejo was an early and avid supporter of the recall and continues to officially call for a ‘yes’ vote on removing Davis from office.

transitive verb

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    • 1.1(remember)

      I can still recall the day we met todavía recuerdo el día en que nos conocimos
      • do you recall seeing this man before? ¿recuerda haber visto antes a este hombre?
      • I can't recall what he said no puedo recordar lo que dijo
      • I don't recall that we ever went there no recuerdo que hayamos estado allí
      • As I recall the experience, this is what comes to mind -
      • I thought Labour opposed it at the time; as I recall the situation, it opposed it pretty strongly.
      • But then my heart sinks as I recall the events of last night.
      • Images of the unnamed creatures pulsed vividly in her mind, recalling events she did not wish to remember.
      • The date is Friday 2nd April and all who attended last year's inaugural event will recall the outstanding success of the night.
      • In fact, I cannot recall the last occasion when I sat anywhere else in the venue.
      • There is a crossover between recalling events that actually happened and your interpretation or impression of those events.
      • A tint of sorrow creeps into my mind as I recall the ‘good old times’ that are gone, never to return.
      • But that didn't worry Allardyce, who recalled situations early in the season when similar tactics brought similar results.
      • All too convincing, in fact, when one recalls his death last year of a heroin overdose.
      • Some of my memories have faded but I will try to recall events that stand out in my mind.
      • In this conceptualization, it would seem unlikely that a pre-verbal infant would have the capacity to remember and recall specific events.
      • From previous sessions of the inquiry, Foy's inability to recall much detail of events under examination has been well established.
      • Once I could remember everything and recall each event, I began to write.
      • Children between the ages of 5 and 7 become increasingly able to recall event details.
      • They started talking, each one recalling the events in detail and consoling themselves.
      • Remember that some patients will recall events that occurred when they were under general anesthesia.
      • She sat down and tried to remember, downcast at her failure to recall the events of the vivid dream.
      • We started recalling situations, which at the time had seemed intolerable but now seemed simply worth a laugh.
      • Memories plague my mind as I recall certain things.

    • 1.2(remind of)

      • The puzzle with which he is concerned strongly recalls the ‘Master Argument’ of Diodorus Cronus, especially in certain further details.
      • It immediately recalls the contemporary paintings of Johannes Phokela, whose re-workings of European Old Masters insert black figures into otherwise Western contexts.
      • The track sounded fun and contemporary, while also recalling some of their earlier work.
      • O'Grady's depiction of treachery and oppression by Elizabethan bureaucrats recalled contemporary parallels, thought the reviewer.
      • These children stare wildly, their oversized eyes gazing upward, eternally unblinking in an attitude that recalls contemporary Symbolism.
      • Smaller pebbles outline larger ones, and the light on dark scheme recalls contemporary red-figure vase painting (though the stimulus of lost textiles should not be discounted).
      • This technique of cutting up previously existing material and pasting it into a portrait of a human being recalls contemporary experiments in montage.
      • Traditional memorials recall moments from the past.
      • In a number of respects Solanas's new film recalls his earlier work.
      • The domed stupa of Buddhist architecture recalls the simple mound of earth while its gates memorialise the forest cleared for the monument.
      • We call it Tudor revival with a twist because it recalls traditional homes in early Seattle neighborhoods, but is contemporary in the way it opens to a multifunctional garden landscape.
      • Sidney's contempt recalls Lodge's low opinion of Gosson's scholarship, especially of his ignorance of Platonic philosophy.
      • The column triggered a fusillade that recalled the sulfurous exchanges between Joseph Pulitzer and his contemporaries in an earlier era.
      • The pastels recall early works by Elizabeth Murray, Korman's contemporary.
      • Wine, in particular, would recall the blood shed by Christ whom some contemporaries greeted as the Lamb of God.
      • Unlike most New York examples, however, this one recalls contemporary German or Austrian models more than the French prototypes.
      • The torn sackcloth and protruding tubes of fabric at the center of the canvas recall contemporaneous works by both Alberto Burri and Lee Bontecou.
      • So placed, the light sculpture's flickering luminosity seems to both recall an earlier contemplation and act as new illumination to a newer generation.
      • This is an ensemble policier, an uncommonly sunny film with urban chumminess that recalls contemporary Japanese television serials.
      • It has a contemporary edge that recalls, without appropriating, the vocabulary of William Forsythe.

  • 2

    (call back)
    • 2.1

      (faulty goods) (del mercado) retirar
      • Changes may be as simple as redesigning a cable connection or so complex that the product must be recalled by the manufacturer.
      • With regards to safety, faulty goods should be recalled by the manufacturer and refunds to the public given no matter where they were purchased.
      • West Vancouver firefighters are warning residents to check their thermostats after a heating unit which had been recalled by the manufacturer started a fire in a seniors' care home.
      • The manufacturer who distributed hot dogs and delicatessen meats under 11 different brand names has voluntarily recalled the causative products.
      • Affected companies are recalling products in Ireland and Britain.
      • Last month 580 products were recalled after a contaminated batch of Worcester Sauce got into thousands of food products including many ready-made meals.
      • All have powers to withdraw or recall a food product.
      • They also want to give manufacturers an opportunity to voluntarily recall their products.
      • The U.S. government has recalled the products in question but retailers have been importing the potpourri and scented pine cones since April
      • More than 200 products were recalled in Australia this week when an audit revealed the company's breach of safety standards.
      • Gun dealers aren't required by law to address these defects or to recall their products.
      • We have an ability to contact those importers, recall any products that we consider to be of high risk, and, of course, publish any further information that is necessary.
      • A couple of big-time scooter makers had to recall their products when they started to come apart as kids rode them.
      • Food manufacturers recalled over 300 types of food products for this reason and initiated a series of genetic tests.
      • She said the product was subsequently recalled.
      • Some board manufacturers were not affected; others were able to intercept their deliveries, while some board makers even had to recall products.
      • They have also been asked to retain any compound feed containing the contaminated material and to recall any such compound feed sold to farmers and retailers.
      • For the last three years, more goods made in China are recalled from American store shelves than goods made in any other country.
      • The chip giant could have redesigned the mobos, but instead has decided to recall the whole caboodle.
      • It has come up with the plausible, although ridiculous, excuse that it has software problems with 103,000 handsets and so has had to recall them.

    • 2.2

      (ambassador) retirar
      (ambassador) (temporarily) llamar
      (troops) llamar
      • Hence, intending to install Suseema on the throne, he recalled him and ordered Ashoka to proceed to Takshashila.
      • The hospital has recalled all doctors on vacation and ordered all medical students to report for duty to help treat the victims.
      • This matter is seen to be so urgent that Senate has been recalled in order to pass such legislation.
      • The claimant was given an extended sentence and after release, but during the period of licence, he was recalled by the Secretary of State and returned to prison.
      • Upon his return to Amritsar, Guru Hargobind recalled the family from Goindwal.
      • He was again recalled in 1868, but returned in 1870 to enter parliament, and served a term as premier.
      • He returned to academic life, but in February 1939 Horthy recalled him as Prime Minister.
      • Even when a practice was prompted to remind a child to return, the decision to actually recall that child was made by the doctor.
      • The court was invited to order that Mathews be recalled for further cross-examination in the light of material which had become available since the trial, but it refused to follow that course.
      • Within 24 hours, he had recalled the Senate in order to rush through the parliament amendments to existing anti-terror laws.
      • In November 1943 Hitler ordered forces to be recalled from the Eastern Front to defend the Atlantic.
      • The governor recalled the troops, and the workers eventually voted to return to work.
      • Titan officials are attempting to recall workers in small numbers over an extended period.
      • The Belgian ambassador to Israel was ordered to report to the Israeli Foreign Ministry yesterday, while Israel has recalled its ambassador to Brussels for talks.
      • Last month, Eritrea recalled its ambassador to the African Union saying that the AU has failed to pressure or take disciplinary action against Ethiopia for not living up to the Algiers Agreement.
      • The judges rejected two separate attempts to halt the trial, ruling that the issue could be dealt with by recalling Mr Rupert to the stand.
      • Soldiers have already begun recalling troops to their bases, with others returning as civilians to their home villages.
      • There was, of course, no honeymoon, and to crown it all a telegram arrived at the end of the week recalling my new husband to his unit because the posting had been cancelled.
      • Venezuela and Mexico are recalling their ambassadors to each other's countries over disparaging remarks about the Mexican president from the president of Venezuela.
      • Instead, the whistleblower, who headed the Bucharest embassy's visa processing unit, was recalled.

intransitive verb

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    as far as I recall que yo recuerde