Definition of Recall:

  1. The action or faculty of remembering something learned or experienced.

  2. An act or instance of officially recalling someone or something.

  3. Bring (a fact, event, or situation) back into ones mind; remember.

  4. Remembrance of what has been heard, seen, or otherwise experienced, such as that of an advertisement, commercial, or demonstration. See also recall test.

  5. Officially order (someone) to return to a place.

  6. Revocation of a judgment on a question of fact or a question of law.

  7. Removal or withdrawal of a contaminated or defective good from sale by its manufacturer or producer, either voluntarily or when forced by a watchdog agency. Sometimes a good (such as a motor vehicle) is recalled after it has been sold, for rectification, exchange, or refund.

Synonyms of Recall

Summon back, Order back, Call back, Bring back, Summoning back, Ordering back, Calling back, Recollection, Memory, Remembrance, Abolish, Abolishment, Abolition, Abrogate, Abrogation, Anamnesis, Annul, Annulment, Arouse, Awaken, Bid come, Bring back, Bring to mind, Bring to recollection, Call, Call away, Call back, Call for, Call forth, Call in, Call out, Call to mind, Call together, Call up, Cancel, Canceling, Cancellation, Carry back, Cassation, Cite, Commitment to memory, Conjure, Conjure up, Constitutional referendum, Convene, Convoke, Countermand, Counterorder, Defeasance, Demand, Denial, Deny, Direct initiative, Disannul, Disavow, Disavowal, Disown, Do away with, Educe, Elicit, Evoke, Exercise of memory, Extract, Facultative referendum, Flashback, Forswear, Give a hint, Give the cue, Go back, Go back over, Hark back, Hindsight, Hold the promptbook, Indent, Indirect initiative, Initiative, Invalidate, Invalidation, Invoke, Jog the memory, Learning by heart, Look back, Looking back, Make void, Mandate, Mandatory referendum, Memoir, Memorization, Memorizing, Memory, Mind, Muster, Muster up, Nag, Nudge, Nullification, Nullify, Order up, Override, Overrule, Page, Palinode, Plebiscite, Plebiscitum, Preconize, Prompt, Prompt the mind, Put in mind, Put in remembrance, Recall to mind, Recalling, Recant, Recantation, Recapture, Recollect, Recollecting, Recollection, Reconsideration, Reevoke, Referendum, Reflect, Reflection, Remember, Remembering, Remembrance, Remind, Remind one of, Reminisce, Reminiscence, Renege, Repeal, Requisition, Rescind, Rescinding, Rescindment, Rescission, Retain, Retrace, Retract, Retraction, Retrospect, Retrospection, Return, Reversal, Reverse, Review, Review in retrospect, Revive, Revocation, Revoke, Revokement, Rote, Rote memory, Rouse, See in retrospect, Send after, Send for, Serve, Set aside, Setting aside, Statutory referendum, Stir, Study, Subpoena, Suggest, Summon, Summon forth, Summon up, Summons, Suspend, Suspension, Take, Take back, Think back, Think of, Use hindsight, Vacate, Vacation, Vacatur, Void, Voidance, Voiding, Waive, Waiver, Waiving, Waken, Withdraw, Withdrawal, Write off, Write-off, Remember, Recollect, Call to mind, Think of

How to use Recall in a sentence?

  1. A recall of Parliament.
  2. I can still vaguely recall being taken to the hospital.
  3. I was confused with the example problem that was on the board, so my professor told me to recall the examples that were on the board the day before.
  4. He has amazing recall.
  5. After he lost his car keys, Ken tried backtracking in order to jog his memory, but he still couldnt recall where he left them.
  6. The Panamanian ambassador was recalled from Peru.
  7. When the policemen showed up, Marion tried hard to recall exactly what had happened, but her memory was giving her trouble.

Meaning of Recall & Recall Definition