Definition of not forgetting — in English:

not forgetting —

phrase

  • (at the end of a list) and also —

    ‘there are wild goats and deer, not forgetting the famous Lundy ponies’
    • ‘You're taught about everything from nutrition, rice cooking, and knife skills, to the many varieties of sushi - not forgetting presentation.’
    • ‘The heat and not forgetting the stress was mounting upon Sarah and it was beginning to show…’
    • ‘An example of this is the school celebrating religious festivals such as the Hindu Diwali and the Muslim Eid, not forgetting Christmas.’
    • ‘We now have two home games in the next two weeks, which means points must be gained properly from good quality cricket, batting, bowling and not forgetting fielding.’
    • ‘Since then his life has been hectic, after adjusting to the climate, the culture and not forgetting the old enemy, the mosquito, a fellow that shows no mercy.’
    • ‘The designers seek inspiration from the 1940s and the 1960s, not forgetting the 1980s revival.’
    • ‘Guests travelled from Ireland, Wales, Kent, London and San Lucia, not forgetting some long standing friends in Monserret.’
    • ‘The Trust has a range of other projects in the pipeline, large and small, that will benefit all sectors of the community, not forgetting the older members who are so often overlooked.’
    • ‘Scottish Friends of Palestine, one of the organisers of the protest against the event, is proud to have Jewish founding members, not forgetting existing members.’
    • ‘It would help considerably if parents ensure that the owners name appears somewhere on all items of clothing, not forgetting footballs.’