- n. 记忆力；回忆；记忆；[计]存储
- [U]记忆力,记性 ability to remember events and experiences
- [C]记忆中的事物,回忆 an event or experience that one remembers fromthe past
- [C]记忆系统,储存器 the part of a computer in which information can be stored until it is wanted
something that is remembered;
"search as he would, the memory was lost"
the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered;
"he can do it from memory"
"he enjoyed remembering his father"
the power of retaining and recalling past experience;
"he had a good memory when he was younger"
an electronic memory device;
"a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached"
the area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes;
"he taught a graduate course on learning and memory"
- He has a good visual memory.
- She is always moaning about her bad memory.
- His best music was inspired by the memory of his mother.
- These frightful experiences are branded on his memory.
- I have only an indistinct memory of my grandfather.
- This computer has a 256K memory.
- His memory is very exact; he never makes mistakes.
- We first met in Egypt if my memory serves me.
- Can a person improve his memory?
- I've got a memory like a sieve!
- He was born with a very good memory.
- He has an excellent memory.
- He played the tune from memory.
- He has a bad memory for dates.
- The patient lost all memory for recent events .
- The affection between them has worn off, leaving only a sad memory of endless quarrels.
- One of my earliest memories is of playing in the garden.
- This has been the hottest summer within my memory.
- There have been 2 wars within the memory of my grandfather.
- This hasn't happened before within memory.
- A whole series of memories started to well up.
- The computer has a 128M of memory.
- in memory of
作为对某人的纪念 serving to remind people of sb, especially as a tribute
- assist sb's memory 帮助某人回忆
- bring back -ries 回忆起
- call into memory 记起,忆起
- cherish a memory 怀念
- commit sth to memory 牢记某事
- develop a strong memory 培养好的记忆力
- exercise one's memory 锻炼记忆力
- honor the memory of 记念…,怀念…
- improve memory 增强记忆力
- keep one's memory 记住
- lose one's memory 失去记忆,没记住
- refresh sb's memory 使某人重新忆起
- trust one's memory 相信自己的记忆
- bad memory 坏的记忆力,记忆力差,悲惨的回忆
- bitter-sweet -ries 又苦又甜的回忆
- delightful memory 愉快的回忆
- dim memory 模糊的记忆
- distant memory 遥远的回忆
- early -ries 早年的回忆
- engrave on one's memory 铭记
- faint memory 模糊的记忆
- far-off -ries 遥远的回忆
- good memory 好的记忆力,记忆力好,美好的回忆
- happy -ries 幸福的回忆
- impressive -ries 印象深刻的记忆
- indelible memory 难以磨灭的记忆
- interesting memory 有趣的回忆
- living memory 仍留在记忆中,记忆犹新
- poor memory 记忆力差
- pleasant memory 愉快的回忆
- retentive memory 强的记忆力
- sweet -ries 美好的回忆
- unforgettable memory 难忘的回忆
- unpleasant memory 不愉快的回忆
- unreliable memory 不可靠的记忆
- vivid -ries 生动的回忆
- weak memory 记忆力差
- beyond one's memory 记不得
- from memory 根据记忆
- speak from memory 凭记忆讲述
- in memory of 为纪念
- to the memory of sb 为纪念某人
- within the memory of men 在人类有史以来
Topsy had an uncommon verbal memory.出自： H. B. Stowe
One favourite expedient was to associate the sight memory with the muscular memory.出自： F. Galton
'I've seen that fellow somewhere,' said Littlefield, who had a memory for faces.出自： O. Henry
The prisoner..proud of..a brilliant memory, recited the names and addresses.出自： T. Capote
Memory fails me when I think about the men of the mill.出自： W. Trevor
- lose one's memory, slip sb's memory
- lose one's memory也许是永远也想不起来了; 而slip sb's memory指使某人一时想不起来了。例如:
- He lost his memory after the war.那次战争后他丧失了记忆。
- His address slipped my memory.我一时想不起他的通讯处。
- memory, mind, recollection, remembrance, reminiscence
- memory通常指记得经历过的事情; mind指“记着,想着,放在心上”。例如:
- I shall keep what you said in mind.我会把你说的话放在心上的。
- Her recollection goes back 16 years ago.她的记忆回到了16年前。
- We have had many happy remembrances of our days together.我们在一起的时候有很多美好的回忆。
- He has written the reminiscences of the days in a mountain village.他写下了在那个小山村里的回忆录。
误 It seems already distant memory.
正 It seems already a distant memory.
误 He didn't commit what I said to the memory.
正 He didn't commit what I said to memory.
析 commit sth to memory是固定短语,表示“把某事记住”, memory前没有定冠词。他能靠记忆逐字复述老师在课堂上讲过的东西。
误 He could repeat what the teacher had said in class word by word from the memory.
正 He could repeat what the teacher had said in class word by word from memory.
析 表示“靠记忆”,应该说from memory,而不是from the memory或from one's memory,即在memory前既不用定冠词,也不用物主代词。她对数字有着非凡的记忆力。
误 She has an extraordinary memory of figures.
正 She has an extraordinary memory for figures.
误 A remote memory is still fresh in my mind.
正 The memory of a remote day is still fresh in my mind.
析 可以说a remote day〔time,place〕; in the remote past, in the remote future,但不能说remote memory。
- ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的memorie；最初源自古典拉丁语的memoria，意为在意的，记得起来的。