Synonyms of recall in English:

recall


See definition of recall

verb

1‘he recalled his student days at Harvard’

SYNONYMS

remember, recollect, call to mind, think of

think back on, think back to, look back on, cast one's mind back to, reminisce about, hark back to

Scottish mind

ANTONYMS

forget

2‘their daring exploits and the nobility of their spirit recall the legendary days of chivalry’

SYNONYMS

bring to mind, call to mind, put one in mind of, call up, summon up, conjure up, evoke, echo, allude to

3‘the Panamanian ambassador was recalled from Peru’

SYNONYMS

summon back, order back, call back, bring back

ANTONYMS

dissolve, prorogue

4‘he sent another note to Lord Grey, recalling his earlier communication’

SYNONYMS

revoke, rescind, cancel, retract, countermand, take back, withdraw, repeal, veto, overrule, override, abrogate

annul, invalidate, nullify, declare null and void, void

rare disannul, negate

ANTONYMS

ratify, confirm


noun

1‘the recall of the ambassador’

SYNONYMS

summoning back, ordering back, calling back

summons

2‘most people find they can improve their recall of dreams with practice’

SYNONYMS

recollection, memory, remembrance

technical anamnesis

3‘the Chancery Division may possess power to order the recall of probate’

SYNONYMS

revocation, rescinding, cancellation, cancelling, retraction, retracting, countermanding, withdrawal, abrogation, repeal, vetoing, veto

annulment, invalidation, nullification

rare rescission