- as far as I can remember
- used for saying what you think is true when you think that there may be facts that you do not know, remember etc
No one has complained, as far as I know.
He was the only one who enjoyed the play, as far as I can remember.Thesaurus: ways of talking about memoriessynonymMain entry: far
* * *as far as I ˈknow | as far as I can reˈmember, ˈsee, ˈtell, etc. idiomused to say that you think you know, remember, understand, etc. sth but you cannot be completely sure, especially because you do not know all the facts
As far as we knew, there was no cause for concern.
As far as I can see, you've done nothing wrong.
She lived in Chicago, as far as I can remember.Main entry: ↑faridiom
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