acordarse

acordarse
verbo pronominal
1 to remember (de, -)
no se acuerda de nada she can't remember anything
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to remember
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VPR to remember

no me acuerdo — I don't o can't remember

ya te lo traeré, si me acuerdo — I'll bring it for you, if I remember (to)

no quiero ni acordarme — I don't even want to think about it

ahora que me acuerdo — now that I think of it, come to think of it

acordarse de algo/algn — to remember sth/sb

¿te acuerdas de mí? — do you remember me?

nadie se acordaba del número — nobody could think of o remember the number

ya no me acordaba de que tenía una reunión — I'd completely forgotten that I had a meeting

no quiero ni acordarme del frío que pasamos — I can hardly bear to think of how cold we were

el otro día me acordé de ti cuando ... — I thought of you the other day when ...

me acuerdo mucho de mi infancia — I often think about o recall my childhood

desde que te has ido, me acuerdo mucho de ti — since you left, I've missed you a lot

¡te acordarás de esta! — I'll teach you!, I'll give you something to remember me by!

acordarse de hacer algo — to remember to do sth

acuérdate de comprar pan — remember o don't forget to buy some bread

acordarse de haber hecho algo — to remember doing sth

me acuerdo de haber leído un artículo sobre eso — I remember reading an article about that

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= remember.
Ex. A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.
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* si mal no + Pronombre + acordarse = to the best of + Posesivo + recollection.
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= remember.

Ex: A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.

* si mal no + Pronombre + acordarse = to the best of + Posesivo + recollection.

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■acordarse verbo reflexivo to remember: de tu padre ni me acuerdo, I can't even remember your father ➣ Ver nota en remember
'acordarse' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
recordar
- acordar
English:
blunder
- remember
- think
- vividly
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vpr
1. [recordar]
acordarse (de algo/de hacer algo) to remember (sth/to do sth);
ella no se acuerda de eso she doesn't remember that;
si mal no me acuerdo if I remember correctly, if my memory serves me right
2. [ponerse de acuerdo] to agree, to come to an agreement;
no se acuerdan con nosotros they don't agree with us;
se acordó que no harían declaraciones it was agreed that they wouldn't make any statements
3. Fam [como amenaza]
¡te vas a acordarse! you're in for it!, you'll catch it!;
¡como rompas algo, te vas a acordarse! if you break anything, you've had it!
4. Fam [como insulto]
salió del campo acordándose de toda la familia del árbitro he left the field calling the referee all the names under the sun;
cuando vi que la calefacción seguía sin funcionar, me acordé de toda la familia del fontanero when I saw that the heating still wasn't working, I swore inwardly at the plumber
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acordarse
v/r remember;
¿te acuerdas de él? do you remember him?;
si mal no me acuerdo if I remember right
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vr
recordar: to remember, to recall
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acordarse vb to remember
¿te acuerdas de mí? do you remember me?

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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