forget

(forgot, forgotten) დავიწყება (დაავიწყდება)
I’ve forgotten his name მისი სახელი დამავიწყდა
I’ll never forget you არასოდეს არ დაგივიწყებ
don’t forget! არ დაგავიწყდეს!
and don’t you forget it! აბა, ერთი დაგავიწყდეს!
to forget oneself თავის დავიწყება
he forgot himself in work იმდენს მუშაობს, რომ თავი აღარ ახსოვს
forget it! არა უშავს! არაფერია!
don’t forget yourself! დაუკრეფავში ნუ გადადიხარ! // ზედმეტი ნუ მოგდის!
I keep forgetting to phone her მასთან დარეკვა მავიწყდება
I shall never forget it არასდროს დამავიწყდება
write it down not to forget it რომ არ დაგავიწყდეს, ჩაიწერე
it is impossible to forget it ამის დავიწყება შეუძლებელია
they don’t forget themselves თავი არ ავიწყდებათ
in my haste I forgot to take the keys ფაციფუცში გასაღებები დამრჩა
he forgot to wind the watch საათის დაქოქვა / მომართვა დაავიწყდა
don’t forget your change! ხურდის გამორთმევა არ დაგავიწყდეს!
in case I forget (იმ შემთხვევაში) თუ დამავიწყდა
she`s apt to forget დავიწყება იცის // გულმავიწყია
then again we must not forget that ... გარდა ამისა / მერედა, არ უნდა დაგვავიწყდეს, რომ...

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  • Forget — may refer to:; People * Amédée E. Forget, Canadian lawyer and politician * Claude Forget, Canadian politician * Guy Forget, former French tennis player * Louis Joseph Forget, Canadian businessman and politician * Maud Forget, French actress *… …   Wikipedia

  • Forget — For*get , v. t. [imp. {Forgot}({Forgat}, Obs.); p. p. {Forgotten}, {Forgot}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Forgetting}.] [OE. forgeten, foryeten, AS. forgietan, forgitan; pref. for + gietan, gitan (only in comp.), to get; cf. D. vergeten, G. vergessen, Sw. f[ …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • forget — [fər get′, fôrget′] vt. forgot, forgotten or forgot, forgetting [ME forgeten < OE forgietan (see FOR & GET): orig. sense, to fail to hold] 1. to lose (facts, knowledge, etc.) from the mind; fail to recall; be unable to remember 2. to fail to… …   English World dictionary

  • forget it — forget (about) it 1. do not even ask about it. People point at our car when we drive down the road, and when we stop somewhere, forget about it. I enjoyed dinner, but as for the party, well, forget it! Usage notes: used to say that something was… …   New idioms dictionary

  • Forget — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Amédée Forget (1847–1923), kanadischer Politiker und Anwalt Guy Forget (* 1965), französischer Tennisspieler Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demse …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Forget — On pense automatiquement à un lien avec la forge, mais ce n est pas le cas : la présence d une commune appelée Saint Forget dans les Yvelines nous montre qu il s agit en fait d un ancien nom de baptême. C est une déformation de Ferreolus (=… …   Noms de famille

  • forget — [v1] not be able to remember blow, clean forget*, consign to oblivion*, dismiss from mind, disremember, draw a blank*, escape one’s memory*, fail to remember, let slip from memory*, lose consciousness of, lose sight of*, misrecollect, obliterate …   New thesaurus

  • forget — (v.) O.E. forgietan, from FOR (Cf. for ), used here with negative force, away, amiss, opposite + gietan to grasp (see GET (Cf. get)). To un get, hence to lose from the mind. A common Germanic construction (Cf. O.S. fargetan, O.Fris. forjeta, Du.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • forget — ► VERB (forgetting; past forgot; past part. forgotten or chiefly US forgot) 1) fail to remember. 2) inadvertently neglect to do something. 3) cease to think of. 4) (forget oneself …   English terms dictionary

  • Forget — (spr. Forscheh), Pierre, Herr von Fresnes, war Staatssecretär von Frankreich unter Heinrich III. u. Heinrich IV.; unter der Regierung des Letzteren verfaßte er das berühmte Edict von Nantes, st. 1610 …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • forget — index condone, forgive, leave (allow to remain), lose (be deprived of), neglect, overlook (disregard) …   Law dictionary

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