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I've forgotten her phone number.
She always forgets where her car is parked.
We first met at university, I forget when exactly.
Did you forget about our agreement?
I'd forgotten that you'd already given me the money.
I'll never forget the look of disappointment on her face.
Phil should be here by now. Do you think he's forgotten?
I nearly forgot to invite Josie.
I keep forgetting to take my tablets.
She had forgotten all about posting the letter.
I completely forgot that I promised to come and see you!
Don't forget to lock the door when you leave.
Try to forget about him.
People tend to forget that the rights we enjoy now were won through a great struggle.
I think last night's argument is best forgotten, don't you?
This is the British English definition of forget. View American English definition of forget.
the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge
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