Recall may refer to:

  • Recollection, recall from memory
  • Product recall
  • Recall election
  • Letter to recall sent to return an ambassador from a country, either as a diplomatic protest or because the diplomat is being reassigned elsewhere and is being replaced by another envoy
  • Recall to employment after a layoff
  • Recall (information retrieval), a statistical measure (contrasted with precision), the fraction of (all) relevant material that is returned by the search
  • Recall, in dog training, the process of bringing a dog to the caller from a distance
  • Recall (bugle call), a bugle call used to signify that an activity should end
  • Recall (broadcasting), the changing of a broadcasting station's call sign, parallel to rebranding
  • Recall (email), a feature in Microsoft Outlook for retracting ill-advised emails and spam message alerts
  • Recall, a button on a British telephone
  • Recall, a button on a calculator
  • ReCALL, an academic journal about computer-assisted language learning

Famous quotes containing the word recall:

    Liberalism—it is well to recall this today—is the supreme form of generosity; it is the right which the majority concedes to minorities and hence it is the noblest cry that has ever resounded in this planet. It announces the determination to share existence with the enemy; more than that, with an enemy which is weak.
    José Ortega Y Gasset (1883–1955)

    Who will remember happiness?
    I can recall that they are dead.
    I know that heaven cracked one day,
    And only God knows what they said.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    The rank and file have let their servants become their masters and dictators.... Provision should be made in all union constitutions for the recall of leaders. Big salaries should not be paid. Career hunters should be driven out, as well as leaders who use labor for political ends. These types are menaces to the advancement of labor.
    Mother Jones (1830–1930)