To match something or someone which one currently perceives to a memory of some previous encounter with the same entity. (verb)
Examples of word recognize
Most important to recognize is that fighting about the price of content has disguised the real issue, which is about how much viewers value the content and the resulting effect on advertising prices.
It is abstract; she used her big, fat paint pens, and the bright colours somehow melded together to emulate, almost perfectly, a pattern I recognize from a tie-dyed sarong I wore on the beach in Dahab.
You won't find anything on that menu you recognize from the Indian restaurants in the East Village, the staff can help you with selections if you're overwhelmed as we were.
"What we need to recognize is there are a lot of things that we agree upon," Boustany told CNN's Fredericka Whitfield.
And they are definitely not on your list – which has names I recognize from the magazines, but brands I have never tried.
I think what you need to recognize is that we (and I only speak for the ones with pure souls like Visitor Again), are trying to achieve a higher state of reason and knowledge in our society.
I think that the important thing to recognize is that both sides of the political spectrum are primarily bound together by a sense of moral superiority over the other.