- IPA: /rɪˈkɔːl/
- (transitive & intransitive) If you recall something, you think about something you learned or experienced in the past.
- She recalled a childhood summer camp in the Tetons, singing around a campfire.
- She recalled an incident at school when her son was seven.
- I don't recall seeing any situation like that.
- And you have a two children, as I recall.
- He recalls that his grandmother gave him his first taste of wine at age 4 or 5.
- (transitive) If you recall a worker, you officially ask them to come back to a job or place.
- The workers were recalled after a two month layoff.
- (transitive) If you recall a product, you tell stores and customers to send it back because it has a problem.
- (uncountable) Recall is your ability to think about something you learned or experienced in the past.
- You can improve your recall by using memory tricks.
- (countable) A recall is a request to stores and customers to send back a product because it has a problem.
- The company is announcing the recall of fifteen different products.