|1.||(may take a clause as object) to bring back to mind; recollect; remember|
|2.||to order to return; call back permanently or temporarily: to recall an ambassador|
|3.||to revoke or take back|
|4.||to cause (one's thoughts, attention, etc) to return from a reverie or digression|
|5.||poetic to restore or revive|
|6.||the act of recalling or state of being recalled|
|7.||revocation or cancellation|
|8.||the ability to remember things; recollection|
|9.||military (esp formerly) a signal to call back troops, etc, usually a bugle call: to sound the recall|
|10.||(US) the process by which elected officials may be deprived of office by popular vote|
recall re·call (rĭ-kôl')
v. re·called, re·call·ing, re·calls
To remember; recollect. n. (rē'kôl')
The ability to remember information or experiences.
see beyond recall.