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She has almost total recall of her conversations with the President.
The company ordered a recall of all 2,600 cars already sold.
The recall of an ambassador is a serious diplomatic action.
All those years, vanished beyond recall, seemed utterly wasted.
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used with other nouns to describe the unexpected and often unwanted effects of a particular situation or trend
one of the pair of bones that go across the top of your chest from your shoulder to the bottom of...
a woman in middle age who has to juggle caring for teenage children and ageing parents with a career
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Definition of recall from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.