To commit to memory; learn by heart.(verb-transitive)
Computer Science To store in memory: "Some programmable phones can now memorize up to 100 numbers” ( Time). (verb-transitive)
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Use "memorize" in a sentence
"I have no trouble remembering wordless music, up to and including whole symphonies, but the only kind of poetry I can memorize is that with a melody."
"Yes, learning and remember is part of grad school, but grad school, or even starting with first-year college, the purpose is to learn, and not learn to memorize, which is, in reality, what a lot of exams do, even if it's an essay-type essay (vs. multiple choice)."
"Classes that "memorize" trig formulas in November can't remember a thing about them in May."