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To cause someone to remember

remind

verb

to tell someone again about an event from the past or about a fact that they used to know

come to

if something comes to you, you think of it or remember it

bring back

to cause ideas, feelings, or memories to be in your mind again

recall

verb

to make you feel or experience something that you have felt or experienced in the past

trigger

verb

to cause someone to have a particular feeling or memory

awake

verb

to make you remember something or begin to experience a particular feeling

flood back

if memories or feelings flood back, you suddenly remember them very clearly

jog someone’s memory

to make someone remember something

refresh someone’s memory

to make someone remember something

bring/call someone/something to mind

to remind you of someone or something

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