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reminisce (rem" uh NIS) (verb), reminisces; reminisced; reminiscing
1. To talk or to write about events remembered from the past: Old friends like to reminisce about the "good old days".
2. To recollect and to share previous experiences or events: Professor George was compiling a book and he was reminiscing about his many observations as an anthropologist and what he learned about African tribes over the years.
3. Etymology: from Latin reminisci, "remember, recall to mind"; from re-, "again" + -miniscim, from the root of mens, "mind".
To talk, think, or write about events that happened in the past.
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To recall events that took place previously in one's life.
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To talk or to think about situations that a person remembers happening before. (2)