The correct answer is honor.
B. record progress
C. commit to memory
The correct answer is (D) To honor (someone or something); to celebrate (in speech or writing); to preserve in memory by celebration; to recall to memory; to make honorable mention of. Also, to serve as a memorial, memento, or reminder of.
Commemorate comes from Latin commemorare.
Examples of use:
- Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Christ on Good Friday.
- This monument commemorates those who died during the World Wars.