take notice

take notice
Synonyms and related words:
animadvert, attend, bear in mind, have regard for, heed, hold in mind, keep in mind, keep in sight, keep in view, look, mark, mind, note, notice, observe, reckon with, regard, remark, see, take account of, take cognizance of, take heed of, take into account, take into consideration, take note, take note of, take notice of, tend, view, watch

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  • take\ notice\ of — • take note of • take notice of v. phr. 1. To look carefully at; pay close attention to; observe well. A detective is trained to take note of people and things. 2. To notice and act in response; pay attention. Two boys were talking together in… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • take notice of — take notice (of (someone/something)) to give someone or something your attention. Voters are beginning to take notice of her as a serious candidate. Several professors took notice of her excellent grasp of the subject …   New idioms dictionary

  • take notice — (of (someone/something)) to give someone or something your attention. Voters are beginning to take notice of her as a serious candidate. Several professors took notice of her excellent grasp of the subject …   New idioms dictionary

  • take notice — index appreciate (comprehend), heed, note (notice), observe (watch), perceive, regard ( …   Law dictionary

  • take notice of — index attend (heed) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • take notice — verb observe with special attention (Freq. 2) Take notice of the great architecture • Hypernyms: ↑notice, ↑mark, ↑note • Verb Frames: Somebody s PP * * * phrasal …   Useful english dictionary

  • take notice — to pay attention to something Wear what you like – no one seems to take any notice. take notice of: Take no notice of him – he always behaves like that. Please take notice of the nearest emergency exit …   English dictionary

  • take notice of someone — take notice (of (someone/something)) to give someone or something your attention. Voters are beginning to take notice of her as a serious candidate. Several professors took notice of her excellent grasp of the subject …   New idioms dictionary

  • take notice of something — take notice (of (someone/something)) to give someone or something your attention. Voters are beginning to take notice of her as a serious candidate. Several professors took notice of her excellent grasp of the subject …   New idioms dictionary

  • take notice — ► take (no) notice (of) pay (no) attention (to). Main Entry: ↑notice …   English terms dictionary

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