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refresh (one's) memory

To remind one (about something); to help one to recall something. I'm sorry, I don't remember our discussion about that. You'll have to refresh my memory. You don't remember how much? Allow me to refresh your memory. You owe me $300.
See also: memory, refresh

refresh (someone, something, or oneself) with (something)

1. To make something appear new, more interesting, or brighter with the addition of something. I'd like to refresh the office with some new furniture and a new layout. You'd be amazed how easily you can refresh your house with a paint job and bit of redecorating.
2. To revive someone, oneself, or a part of someone's body with some action or thing. Why don't you lie down and refresh your eyes with a couple slices of cucumber? After sitting in front of the computer all day, I decided to refresh myself with a walk around my neighborhood.
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refresh someone with something

to renew or revive someone with something. Here, let me refresh you with a cool glass of lemonade. After the game, Wally will probably refresh himself with a bottle of iced tea.
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refresh something with something

to restore or brighten up something. I think we can refresh this drab old room with a coat of fresh paint. The old house was refreshed with new siding and some landscaping.
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reˌfresh somebody’s/your ˈmemory

remind somebody/yourself of something that you have forgotten: Refresh my memory, will you? How many children has he got?Before I interviewed Ms Waters, I read her book again just to refresh my memory.
See also: memory, refresh
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Chief executive of Refresh UK, Rupert Thompson, said he was looking forward to working with one of Wales' most famous brand names.
Most automobile companies update their vehicles with model refreshes which include a total overhaul of the vehicle.
On March 5, Globe started its VAS system refresh and has enforced upon its VAS providers to strictly comply with set guidelines before being able to push subscription content or fulfillment of services via load credit.
H&R Johnson (India)'s Johnson Brand Refresh is an intrinsic process to bring all brand assets and product lines under the Johnson brand umbrella.
The brand's updated logo evokes the meaning of the company's name: In Spanish, "cima" denotes "summit" or "peak." The refreshed identity retains the mountain peak concept from CIMA's prior identity but expands it to a double-summit icon, which illustrates the bond that brokers share with the network of business partners, clients and communities they serve and support.
Visit www.tinthepark.com/refresh to buy Refresh wristbands and make sure you'll look fabulous all weekend.
It is hoped another 50 stores will be "refreshed" by the end of the year.
ACE Refresh is a popular non-alcoholic drink in Germany and contains orange, carrot and lemon juice blended to produce a smooth, still, refreshing fruity drink.
Pure after-sun hair and body shampoo gently cleanses and rehydrates hair and scalp with refreshing allantoin, while refresh after-sun balm provides a welcome shot of moisturising mild apricot kernel oil to parched locks.
For example, a higher refresh rate means a better, smoother gameplay experience.
After sifting through the sighting reports and the conjecture, Tesla experts conclude this previously unknown version of the Model S is a "Model S Refresh."
2 Eau Thermale Avene Spring Water Spray (PS3.15 for 50ml from Boots) Keep this handysized pure spring water spray in your bag on steamy days to refresh, or use it to take the ouch out of prickly heat symptoms.
With up to date photographic equipment and camera, traditional 240Hz refresh rate multiplexing LED panels cannot reach high end market anymore.