mention


mention
I
n.

1) to make mention of

2) to deserve mention

3) honorable mention (conferred in a contest for an accomplishment of merit that does not win a prize)

4) at the mention (at the very mention of his name I shuddered)

II
v.

1) (B) she mentioned the book to me

2) (K) he failed to mention my being late twice last week

3) (L; to) they mentioned (to her) that they would bring a guest

4) (Q) she forgot to mention where we should meet

5) (misc.) to mention smb. by name

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['menʃ(ə)n]
(B) she mentioned the book to me
(K) he failed to mention my being late twice last week
(L; to) they mentioned (to her) that they would bring a guest
(Q) she forgot to mention where we should meet
(misc.) to mention smb. by name
to deserve mention
to make mention of
at the mention (at the very mention of his name I shuddered)
honorable mention (conferred in a contest for an accomplishment of merit that does not win a prize)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • mention — MENTION. s. f. Commemoration, memoire. Faire mention de quelqu un, de quelque chose. en faire mention honorable. en faire mention dans un traité, dans un contract, dans l histoire, &c. il n est point mention qu il y ait jamais eu d homme &c. qu… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

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