Recall vs Unrecalled - What's the difference?
As a verb recall
is to withdraw, retract (one's words etc); to revoke (an order).
As a noun recall
is the action or fact of calling someone or something back.
As an adjective unrecalled is
not recalled: unremembered, forgotten.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
To withdraw, retract (one's words etc.); to revoke (an order).
To call back, bring back or summon (someone) to a specific place, station etc.
- He was recalled to service after his retirement.
- She was recalled to London for the trial.
, date=October 29
, author=Phil McNulty
, title=Chelsea 3 - 5 Arsenal
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Fernando Torres was recalled
in place of the suspended Didier Drogba and he was only denied a goal in the opening seconds by Laurent Koscielny's intervention - a moment that set the tone for game filled with attacking quality and littered with errors.}}
To bring back (someone) to or from a particular mental or physical state, activity etc.
To call back (a situation, event etc.) to one's mind; to remember, recollect.
* 1994 , Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom , Abacus 2010, p. 10:
(intransitive) To call again, to call another time.
To request or order the return of (a faulty product).
- In fact, I hardly recall any occasion as a child when I was alone.
The action or fact of calling someone or something back.
Memory; the ability to remember.
In , the fraction of (all) relevant material that is returned by a search
a product recall (request of the return of a faulty product).
Not recalled: unremembered, forgotten.
Not recalled: left deployed or distributed.
- Any unrecalled hazardous products continue to pose a risk to the public.