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  • bethink — /bi thingk /, v., bethought, bethinking. v.t. 1. to think; consider (used reflexively): He bethought himself a moment. 2. to remind (oneself): to bethink oneself of family obligations. 3. to remember; recall (used reflexively): She lives in the… …   Universalium

  • bethink — be•think [[t]bɪˈθɪŋk[/t]] v. t. thought, think•ing. 1) to cause (oneself) to consider 2) to remind (oneself) 3) to recall • Etymology: bef. 1000 …   From formal English to slang

  • bethink — [bē thiŋk′, bithiŋk′] Archaic vt. bethought [bēthôt′] bethinking [ME bithenchen < OE bethencan: see BE & THINK1] to bring (oneself) to think of or recollect; remind (oneself) vi. to ponder …   English World dictionary

  • recollect — verb Etymology: Medieval Latin recollectus, past participle of recolligere, from Latin, to gather again Date: 1559 transitive verb 1. to bring back to the level of conscious awareness ; remember < trying to recollect the name > 2. to remind… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Paper — For other uses, see Paper (disambiguation). A stack of copy paper Paper is a thin material mainly used for wr …   Wikipedia

  • bethink — verb /bɪˈθɪŋk/ a) To think of something or somebody again; to remind oneself of; to recall; to remember, to consider, or to reflect upon. He bethought himself of his duty. b) to meditate …   Wiktionary

  • remember — I verb be reminded of, bear in memory, bear in mind, bring to mind, call to mind, call up, commemorate, conjure up, fix in the mind, keep in mind, know again, know by heart, look back, master, memorialize, memorize, not forget, place, preserve a… …   Law dictionary

  • reflect — v. 1 tr. a (of a surface or body) throw back (heat, light, sound, etc.). b cause to rebound (reflected light). 2 tr. (of a mirror) show an image of; reproduce to the eye or mind. 3 tr. correspond in appearance or effect to; have as a cause or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take — v 1. acquire, secure, get, obtain, gain, procure, come by, Sl. cop; catch, seize, capture; hold, grasp, grip, clasp, embrace; garner, harvest, gather, glean; reach, attain, achieve, win; receive, accept, react or respond to; have, possess,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • remember — remember, recollect, recall, remind, reminisce, bethink, mind all carry as their basic meaning to put an image or idea from the past into the mind. Remember usually implies a putting oneself in mind of something. The term carries so strong an… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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