to commit to memory; learn by heart: to memorize a poem.
to learn by heart: I've always been able to memorize easily.
- Also especially British, mem·o·rise .
- mem·o·riz·a·ble, adjective
- mem·o·ri·za·tion, noun
- mem·o·riz·er, noun
- re·mem·o·rize, verb (used with object), re·mem·o·rized, re·mem·o·riz·ing.
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How to use memorize in a sentence
So, theoretically, if we could “sync” our brains up with a certain wavelength of noise, maybe we could tap into different neural pathways and nudge our brains to meditate or memorize equations better.
“I am a little bit suspicious of the daikon example, which stylistically suggests it may have memorized some art from the internet,” says Riedl.
British Dictionary definitions for memorize
(tr) to commit to memory; learn so as to remember
- memorizable or memorisable, adjective
- memorization or memorisation, noun
- memorizer or memoriser, noun
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