ability to remember events and experiences
an event or experience that one remembers fromthe past
the part of a computer in which information can be stored until it is wanted
"search as he would, the memory was lost"
"he can do it from memory"
"he enjoyed remembering his father"
"he had a good memory when he was younger"
"a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached"
"he taught a graduate course on learning and memory"
Topsy had an uncommon verbal memory.
出自： H. B. Stowe
One favourite expedient was to associate the sight memory with the muscular memory.
出自： F. Galton
'I've seen that fellow somewhere,' said Littlefield, who had a memory for faces.
出自： O. Henry
The prisoner..proud of..a brilliant memory, recited the names and addresses.
出自： T. Capote
Memory fails me when I think about the men of the mill.
出自： W. Trevor
误 It seems already distant memory.
正 It seems already a distant memory.
误 He didn't commit what I said to the memory.
正 He didn't commit what I said to memory.
析 commit sth to memory是固定短语,表示“把某事记住”, memory前没有定冠词。
误 He could repeat what the teacher had said in class word by word from the memory.
正 He could repeat what the teacher had said in class word by word from memory.
析 表示“靠记忆”,应该说from memory,而不是from the memory或from one's memory,即在memory前既不用定冠词,也不用物主代词。
误 She has an extraordinary memory of figures.
正 She has an extraordinary memory for figures.
误 A remote memory is still fresh in my mind.
正 The memory of a remote day is still fresh in my mind.
析 可以说a remote day〔time,place〕; in the remote past, in the remote future,但不能说remote memory。