Definitions for memorize
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memorize, memorise, con, learnverb
commit to memory; learn by heart
"Have you memorized your lines for the play yet?"
to learn by heart, commit to memory
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To record; to commit to memory by writing.
Etymology: from memory.
They neglect to memorize their conquest of the Indians, especially in those times in which the same was supposed. Edmund Spenser, on Ireland.
Let their names that were bravely lost be rather memorized in the full table of time; for my part, I love no ambitious pains in an eloquent description of miseries. Henry Wotton.
to cause to be remembered ; hence, to record
to commit to memory; to learn by heart
Etymology: [See Memory.]
The numerical value of memorize in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of memorize in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
1492. As children we were taught to memorize this year with pride and joy as the year people began living full and imaginative lives on the continent of North America. Actually, people had been living full and imaginative lives on the continent of North America for hundreds of years before that. 1492 was simply the year sea pirates began to rob, cheat, and kill them.
Memories are good, bad and ugly & they occupy all the space in your mind, leaving very little for present moment awareness. Life flows towards you constantly and total memory occupation makes you miss the present moment celebration. Clean the slate & reboot your mind, don't memorize, be available to life every single moment and MickeyMize.
Memorizing the Koran is a considered a pious and worthy thing to do and many memorization competitions are held around the world, especially during Ramadan, it is believed to be the month during which Mohammed received the Koran. The chapters the Islamic State challenged its followers to memorize include.
They also record all of our facial affectations, our speech patterns, and memorize all of our cognitive blind spots -- when and where we don't pay attention.
They record every rhythm and interval of their behavior, the order in which they move from room to room, how long it takes them to dry their hair in the morning and the sound and rhythm of their footsteps, they also record all of our facial affectations, our speech patterns, and memorize all of our cognitive blind spots -- when and where we don't pay attention.
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- запамятаць, запомніць, запамінацьBelarusian
- memoritzarCatalan, Valencian
- einprägen, auswendig lernenGerman
- aprender de memoria, memorizarSpanish
- یادانیدن, از برم کردنPersian
- painaa muistiin, ulkoaFinnish
- apprendre par cœur, mémoriserFrench
- meòraichScottish Gaelic
- याद करनाHindi
- memorizzare, imparare a memoriaItalian
- 記憶, 覚える, 暗記Japanese
- 기억하다, 암기하다Korean
- لهبهرکردن, ji ber kirin, ezber kirinKurdish
- memoriseren, uit het hoofd lerenDutch
- zapamiętać, nauczyć się na pamięćPolish
- decorar, memorizarPortuguese
- выучить, запомнить, выучивать, запоминатьRussian
- pȃmtiti, naùčiti nȁpamētSerbo-Croatian
- naučiť sa naspamäť, zapamätaťSlovak
- lägga på minnet, memorera, lära sig utantillSwedish
- запам'ятати, запам'ятовуватиUkrainian
- ghi nhớ, ghi chépVietnamese
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