[ verb ] get or find back; recover the use of


recover regain find


"She regained control of herself" "She found her voice and replied quickly"

Used in print

(Hugh Kelly and Ted Ziehe, "Glossary Lookup Made Easy"...)

This approach requires that : ( 1 ) each text word be separated into smaller elements to establish a correspondence between the occurrence and dictionary_entries , and ( 2 ) the information retrieved from several entries in the dictionary be synthesized into a description of the particular word .

A location in the computer store is also named for each marked form ; dictionary information about the form stored at this location can be retrieved directly by occurrences of the form in text .

Finally , information is retrieved from the dictionary as_required by stages of the translation process - the grammatic description for sentence-structure determination , equivalent choice information for semantic analysis , and target-language equivalents for output construction .

The grammatical description of each occurrence in the text must be retrieved from the dictionary to permit such an analysis .

A description of this process will serve to illustrate how any type of information can be retrieved from the dictionary and attached to each text occurrence .

[ verb ] of trained dogs

Related terms

bring retriever

[ verb ] recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection


: "I can't remember saying any such thing" "I can't think what her last name was" "can you remember her phone number?" "Do you remember that he once loved you?" "call up memories"