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reminisce about (someone or something)

To recall or think back on memories of someone or something, especially in a fond and sentimental manner. We sat together reminiscing about the wild times we had in college together. I say by the fire with a glass of wine, reminiscing about the first girl I ever truly loved.
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reminisce with (one) (about someone or something)

To spend time with one thinking back on and sharing memories (of someone or something), especially in a fond and sentimental manner. I spent the whole night reminiscing with Andrew about our times together in college. If you two are finished reminiscing with one , it's high time we got some work done!
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

reminisce about someone or something

to think about one's memories of someone or something; to discuss or share memories of someone or something. They were reminiscing about their old friends. The old men sat and reminisced about the good old days.
See also: reminisce

reminisce with someone

to share memories with someone. I love to reminisce with my sister about old times. Todd was reminiscing with Alice about the good old days.
See also: reminisce
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As well as Reminisce Festival, later in the year Whigfield joins her friends, the Vengaboys, on the We Love the '90s tour, alongside Ace of Base, 2 Limited, Snap!, Haddaway, Dr Alban, and C+C Music Factory.
The requirement of that agreement is what Reminisce tried to contextualise in the track.
Billy Connolly visits Belfast and reminisces about his great-grandfather.
Stan's Stories (September 3, 6.30pm), hosted by veteran Welsh comedian Stan Stennett, reminisces with the stars of the variety theatre about the roots of their art in entertainment throughout the 1940s and '50s.
In addition, because the quotations derive from different contexts and times, we reminisce in many tempos.
Stacy, 12, agrees, "We're still best friends, and changing bodies won't ever get in the way of that!" Reminisce about last year's talent show, your massive mosquito bites and that unfortunate canoe incident.
Now if NATO were just a club for white people of non-Slavic origin, a place for them to gather over sherry and reminisce about the fun times at Normandy and Ypres, what would it matter how big it got?
During the course of the work the sisters unearth grudges, criticize each other, reminisce about their family life, and attempt to understand their mother's suicide years earlier.
*Rebekah Creshkoff writes from Chemical Bank's marketing communication wing in New York City to reminisce, "You know how we mishear things as children.
The new video, which was shot in Lagos by Mr Cardoso featured Mayorkun and Reminisce made it the sixth video released from the his Afro Dance Music (ADM), which was released last year.
The 19-year-old woman and 22-yearold man are in a critical condition in hospital after taking what are thought to be ecstasy tablets at the fifth annual Reminisce Festival, held in St Helens at the weekend.
Around 140 global acts and DJs will perform across six big top arenas at Reminisce Festival at Sherdley Park, St Helens on Saturday September 8.
The 1940s theme brought a chance to reminisce, with residents remembering the glamorous fashions of the period, but also recalling the frightening sound of an air raid siren, which could be heard from the local fire station, and the sounds from the Spitfire flypast.
Recently he has now opened the Reminisce shop hiring and selling costumes and festival accessories.
Over 60 who worked at Walkers Ltd, The House of Quality, over 20 years ago met at The Salutation Inn on Tynemouth's Front Street, to reminisce.