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English idioms related to Knowledge & Understanding - Remembering

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English idioms related to Knowledge & Understanding
to rack one's brain
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to think hard or make a great effort to remember or solve something
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to ring a bell
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to make one feel a sense of familiarity or help one remember something
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to take a stroll / trip / walk down memory lane
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to talk or write about one's enjoyable previous experiences
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to have a memory like an elephant
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to easily be able to remember things and rarely forget them
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blast from the past
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the unexpected appearance or remebrance of a person or thing that evokes nostalgic feelings within one
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mind's eye
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a person's ability to visualize things that could happen
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to have a familiar ring / rhythm
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to make one think of something one saw or heard before
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to jog one's memory
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to help someone remember something they forgot
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in / within living memory
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used to refer to events or experiences that have happened within the lifetime of people who are currently alive, particularly recently
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to ring in one's ears / head
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(of a memory) to still be present in one's mind, particularly when one does not want to remember it
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to open / reopen old wounds
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to bring up past painful or unresolved experiences, often leading to emotional distress or discomfort
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for old times' sake
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as a way to remember or honor past experiences or relationships
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if one's memory serve sb (right)
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used when one is trying to remember something, but is not sure whether one can remember it correctly
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