# remind

### Pronunciation

• IPA (key): /rəˈmaɪnd/ or /rɪˈmaɪnd/
•  Audio (UK) (file)
• Hyphenation: re‧mind

## Verb

 Plain form remind Third-person singular reminds Past tense reminded Past participle reminded Present participle reminding
1. (transitive) If you remind somebody of something, you tell them something they already know to make them think about it again.
We doctors have to constantly remind ourselves to keep it simple.
"You're the one that came back looking for me," she reminded him.
2. (transitive) If ${\displaystyle x}$ reminds you of ${\displaystyle y}$, ${\displaystyle x}$ makes you think about ${\displaystyle y}$, usually because ${\displaystyle x}$ and ${\displaystyle y}$ are similar.
It reminded me of the time my girlfriend broke her nose.