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forget /fəˈɡet $ fər-/ verb (past tense forgot /-ˈɡɒt $ -ˈɡɑːt/, past participle forgotten /-'ɡɒtn $ -ˈɡɑːtn/)

Irregular Forms: (forgot)(forgotten)

فراموش کردن ، فراموشی ، صرفنظر کردن ، غفلت
Synonyms: neglect, leave behind, lose sight of, omit, overlook
Antonyms: remember
Contrasted words: recall, recollect, bethink, mind
Related Idioms: clean forget, draw a blank
Related Words: misrecollect, blow up, fluff, unlearn
English Thesaurus: forget, don’t remember/can’t remember, have no recollection of something, slip your mind, it goes in one ear and out the other, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

forget S1 W1 /fəˈɡet $ fər-/ verb (past tense forgot /-ˈɡɒt $ -ˈɡɑːt/, past participle forgotten /-'ɡɒtn $ -ˈɡɑːtn/)
[Word Family: adverb: forgetfully, unforgettably; adjective: forgetful, forgettableunforgettable; verb: forget; noun: forgetfulness]
[Language: Old English; Origin: forgietan]

1. FACTS/INFORMATION [intransitive and transitive] to not remember facts, information, or people or things from the past:
I’m sorry, I’ve forgotten your name.
I know you told me, but I forgot.
What happened that day will never be forgotten.
forget about
Karl says he forgot about our date.
She forgot all about their anniversary.
forget (that)
I forgot that there’s a speed limit here.
forget how/what/when/why etc
How can you forget where you’ve parked the car?
He’s someone who never forgets a face (=forgets who someone is).
I was forgetting ... (=said when you have just remembered or been reminded about something) spoken:
Oh yes, I was forgetting she was pregnant.

2. SOMETHING YOU MUST DO [intransitive and transitive] to not remember to do something that you should do:
‘Did you remember to post that letter?’ ‘Oh, sorry, I forgot.’
Give me your phone number before I forget (=forget to get it).
forget to do something
Someone’s forgotten to turn off their headlights.
clean forget American English (=completely forget)
He meant to invite Monica, but he clean forgot.

3. LEAVE SOMETHING SOMEWHERE [transitive] to not remember to bring something that you need with you
forget your keys/money/cigarettes etc
Oh no, I’ve forgotten my wallet.

4. STOP THINKING ABOUT [intransitive and transitive] to stop thinking or worrying about someone or something:
Forget him, he’s not worth it.
At my age, I think I can forget fashion.
forget (that)
After a while you’ll forget you’re wearing contact lenses.
forget about
I’ll never be able to forget about the accident.

5. NOT CARE ABOUT [intransitive and transitive] to not care about or give attention to someone or something any longer
forget about
Don’t forget about your old friends when you go off to college, okay?
You can’t afford to forget your relationship with your husband.

6. STOP A PLAN [intransitive and transitive] to stop planning to do something because it is no longer possible or sensible
forget about
We’ll have to forget about going on holiday.
If we can’t get any funding we might as well forget the whole thing.

7. not forgetting something British English used to add something to a list of things you have mentioned:
You’ll have to pay for the packaging and transportation costs, not forgetting airport taxes.

8. forget yourself
a) to do something stupid or embarrassing, especially by losing control of your emotions:
Lisa forgot herself and reached out to touch his knee.
b) British English to become so involved in something that you do not think about or notice anything else Synonym : lose yourself
forget yourself in something
Often he would forget himself in his work for hours.


9. don’t forget
a) used to remind someone to do something:
We need bread, milk, and eggs – don’t forget.
don’t forget to do something
Don’t forget to lock up when you leave.
b) used to remind someone about an important fact or detail that they should consider
don’t forget (that)
But don’t forget that you have to pay interest on the loan.
Don’t forget, I’ll be home late tonight.
c) used to remind someone to take something with them:
Don’t forget your sandwiches.

10. forget it spoken
a) used to tell someone that something is not important and they do not need to worry about it:
‘Sorry I didn’t phone.’ ‘Forget it.’
b) used to tell someone to stop asking or talking about something, because it is annoying you:
I’m not coming with you, so forget it.
c) (also forget that! American English) used to tell someone that you refuse to do something or that it will be impossible to do something:
‘Can you lend me $10.’ ‘Forget it, no way.’
If you’re thinking of getting Roy to help, you can forget it!
d) used when someone asks you what you just said and you do not want to repeat it:
‘What did you say?’ ‘ Nothing, just forget it.’

11. I’ll never forget something used to say that you will always remember something from the past, because it was sad, funny, enjoyable etc:
I’ll never forget the look on his face when he opened the door.

12. aren’t you forgetting ...?/haven’t you forgotten ...? used to remind someone about something, often humorously:
Aren’t you forgetting that you’re already married?

13. I forget used to say that you cannot remember a particular detail about something
I forget what/where/how etc
I forget what he said exactly but it was very rude.
I forget the name/details etc
I forget the name of the street, but it’s the first on the left.

14. and don’t you forget it! used to remind someone angrily about an important fact that should make them behave differently:
I’m the boss around here, and don’t you forget it!

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. clean, completely, entirely, quite, totally I'm terribly sorry?I clean forgot to give your brother the message.
almost, nearly | never I'll never forget the expression on his face.
quickly, soon | instantly, promptly ‘I will, ’ she promised, and promptly forgot about it.
momentarily, temporarily Her joy was so infectious that he momentarily forgot his own fears for the future.
easily The experience of nearly getting killed is not easily forgotten.
conveniently (ironic) He conveniently forgot to tell me he was married.
VERB + FORGET seem to You seem to forget that it was your idea in the first place.
tend to | want to | try to | be easy to It is easy to forget that not all countries have these advantages.
let sb Let's forget last night, shall we?
make sb
PREP. about Oh yes! I almost forgot about the party.
PHRASES forget all about sth In the excitement I forgot all about my little brother.
forgive and forget It was all a long time ago and now Ellen found she could forgive and forget.
keep forgetting She keeps forgetting where she's put her glasses.
largely forgotten His pioneering work in the field was largely forgotten until the late 1940s.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Would you please check whether I have forgotten a black handbag in Room 21.
GOOD: Would you please check whether I have left a black handbag in Room 21.

Usage Note:
If you forget to take something with you, you leave it somewhere. Do not use forget if you mention a place: 'If the keys aren't in your jacket, you must have left them in the restaurant.' 'I've left all my money at home.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: forgive and forget

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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