recall

(redirected from recalled)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

recall

 
1. (re-kawl´) to remember or recollect.
2. (re´kawl) the process of bringing information back into consciousness.

re·call

(rē'kawl),
The process of remembering thoughts, words, and actions of a past event in an attempt to recapture actual happenings.

recall

Medical devices
noun The retiring of a device from the medical marketplace or suspension of its approval pending investigation or addressing of a defect.

Medspeak-UK
verb To request—usually by letter—that a woman return for a repeat cervical screening test, which is done in 3- or 5-year cycles under the NHS Cervical Screening Programme.

Neurology
noun The process of bringing a memory into consciousness; the recollection of past facts, events, feeling; invoking the memory of experiences or learned information.

verb To remember experiences or learned information.

Public health
noun A public announcement by a manufacturer or producer of a particular product—e.g., motor vehicles, toys, drugs, medical devices, foods—asking the purchaser of a particular product or model to return the goods as they may have defects posing a health hazard; the collecting by a manufacturer of a product that has been deemed unsafe, or otherwise unsuitable, after being sold or available for sale to the public.

recall

Neurology nounpronounced ree CALL The process of bringing a memory into consciousness; the recollection of past facts, events, feelings; invoking of the memory of experiences or learned information verbpronounced ricall To remember experiences or learned information. See Class recall, Immediate recall, Memory Public health noun–pronounced REE call, drug recallA public announcement by a manufacturer or producer of a particular product–eg, motor vehicles, toys, drugs, medical devices, foods, asking the purchaser of a particular 'lot, ' or model to return the goods as they may have defects posing a health hazard.

re·call

(rē'kawl)
1. The process of remembering thoughts, words, and actions of a past event in an attempt to recapture actual happenings.
2. To remove a product (e.g., drug) from use due to possible safety issues with the product.

recall

a voluntary action of removing a product from retail or distribution by a manufacturer or distributor to protect the public from products that may cause health problems.
References in periodicals archive ?
This low perception of danger contrasts with the reality - recalled products have been known to cause severe injury and deaths, and the majority of recalls last year for household appliances were because the items were at risk of catching fire or causing electrocution(viii).
In some cases, such as in recalls involving food products, a recalled product simply may be discarded.
Notably, communicative competence was not affected by the weekly amount of Greek formal instruction, as evidenced by comparable memory among daily versus weekly cohorts in each grade, in terms of amount of information recalled, memory assembly, and memory strategies.
There are companies that specialize in retrieval of recalled product from retailers, wholesalers and consumers.
The recall-period strategy of clustering was recorded if participants recalled words according to adult-defined categories.
Here are a few examples of recalled meat products that were cleaned up and resold or distributed to consumers as normal, high-quality goods:
Boehly told the Associated Press in 1994 that roughly one-third of recalled vehicles aren't retreived or repaired (p.
Researchers usually do not track weakly and strongly recalled items across memory trials because they assume stronger items emerge first, Brainerd says.
com/Business_News/2017/02/04/Maserati-recalls-50000-luxury-vehicles-over-fire-hazards/6991486226804/) were recalled by Maserati beginning March 21.
You can easily find out if your car has been recalled by visiting your vehicle manufacturers website, or going to safercar.