commit to memory
Learn by heart, memorize, as in The director insisted that the altos commit their part to memory by Tuesday. First recorded in 1875, this phrase today is often replaced by the shorter memorize.
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enroll, get, read, study, receive, master, gain, determine, grasp, review, matriculate, memorize, prepare, imbibe, peruse, grind, lucubrate, attain, cram, con
- commissural fiber,
- commissure of cerebral hemispheres,
- commitment ceremony,
- commitment fee,
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