To match something or someone which one currently perceives to a memory of some previous encounter with the same entity. (verb)
Examples of word recognise
One thing Google has to recognise is when your thinking of rolling out this across the enterprise you have to take into account the needs of all users – and right not I can imaging lots of people in sales and marketing finding gmail unusable due to threading.
What Baggini also fails to recognise is that he; s part of the performance.
What we have to recognise is that we have a real opportunity to cure infectious diseases in the developing world.
What do-good moron bottom-feeders like you fail to recognise is the fact that there is no difference between stealing physical money and stealing company or customer resources and/or time which equates to money.
Let me conclude by saying that the most important issue that we have to recognise is two-fold.
But if what we remember we hold it in memory, yet, unless we did remember forgetfulness, we could never at the hearing of the name recognise the thing thereby signified, then forgetfulness is retained by memory.
I should like to suggest to you that the cause of all the economic troubles is that we have an economic system which tries to maintain an equality of value between two things, which it would be better to recognise from the beginning as of unequal value.
a little African cat mini, which you may recognise from the tease I showed the other day.