US: /ɹiˈmaɪnd/
UK: /ɹɪmˈa‍ɪnd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

remind /ri'maind/
  • ngoại động từ
    • nhắc nhở, làm nhớ lại (cái gì)

Advanced English dictionary

+ verb
~ sb (about / of sth) to help sb remember sth important that they must do: [VN] I'm sorry, I've forgotten your name. Can you remind me? + That (= what you have just said, done, etc.) reminds me, I must get some cash. + 'Don't forget the camera.' 'Remind me about it nearer the time.' + [VN to inf] Remind me to phone Alan before I go out. + [VN (that)] Passengers are reminded (that) no smoking is allowed on this train. + [VN wh-] Can someone remind me what I should do next? + [VN speech] 'You had an accident,' he reminded her.
Phrasal Verbs: remind sb of sb/sth if sb/sth reminds you of sb/sth else, they make you remember or think about the other person, place, thing, etc. because they are similar in some way: You remind me of your father when you say that. + That smell reminds me of France.

Thesaurus dictionary

prompt, cue, cause to remember, jog the memory, put in mind of:
Remind me to set the clock back an hour tonight.

Collocation dictionary


constantly, frequently, repeatedly | gently
She gently reminded him that the baby was getting cold and should be taken indoors.


not have to, not need to
I'm sure I don't need to remind you that we have lost our last ten matches.
| serve to
An event like this serves to remind us that we do not have control over nature.


I rang to remind him about the party.
| of
She looked at her watch to remind him of the time.


keep reminding sb PHRASAL VERBS remind sb of sb/sth


forcefully, forcibly, sharply, strongly, vividly
The building reminded me strongly of my old school.
| irresistibly | suddenly
I was suddenly reminded of a tiger defending its cubs.
| always
Mrs Nolan always reminded Marie of her own mother.

Concise English dictionary

+put in the mind of someone
+assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned