Definition of reminder in English:

reminder

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Pronunciation /rəˈmīndər/ /rəˈmaɪndər/

noun

  • 1A thing that causes someone to remember something.

    ‘the watchtower is a reminder of the days when an enemy might appear at any moment’
    • ‘The walls remain, a purposeful reminder of the waste of war, and the roofless interior become a sort of peace park for contemplation.’
    • ‘But those who had fought in it needed no reminders to remember.’
    • ‘They probably served as visual reminders of wartime experiences - either as private memories or collective talking points for survivors.’
    • ‘As the room emptied out at the end of the hearing, they remained the only physical reminders of the traumatic testimony that had expired.’
    • ‘I knew tourists had chipped away souvenirs but I was sure a large chunk of it had to remain as a reminder to the Berliners of their divided past.’
    • ‘So the disease remains a reminder that human beings remain vulnerable.’
    • ‘The film is a poignant reminder of the reasons to live - love, laughter, vibrancy.’
    • ‘She's trying to move on with her life, and he's a constant reminder of the past.’
    • ‘My bike is a constant reminder of my own mortality.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, budgets provide a timely reminder that financial spring cleaning should be done on a regular basis.’
    • ‘The sound of nearby gunfire interrupts the inspection, a stark reminder of the dangers never far away.’
    • ‘Recent stock market falls offered a sobering reminder of how mere economic concerns can quickly look like crises.’
    • ‘They act as a poignant reminder of the tragic incident seven days ago.’
    • ‘Every death has been a grim reminder that our roads are not safe for crossing.’
    • ‘His faced loomed before her, a bittersweet reminder of her past.’
    • ‘Matt had gone, leaving me with Celeste, a beautiful bittersweet reminder of the love we'd had.’
    • ‘Surely the reminder of a danger doesn't favor any one candidate, does it?’
    • ‘We witnessed a reminder of the importance of what we do and why we do it.’
    • ‘Some churches impose ashes on the foreheads of worshipers as a reminder of their mortality.’
    • ‘Such repetition is compounded with frequent reminders to readers of where they have been and where they are going.’
    prompt, prompting, cue, nudge
    View synonyms
    1. 1.1A letter sent to remind someone of an obligation, especially to pay a bill.
      ‘one man was threatened with court action for not paying his water rates when he did not receive a reminder’

Pronunciation

reminder

/rəˈmīndər/ /rəˈmaɪndər/