take notice of


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Related to take notice of: take exception, defer to, fuss over, come to fruition, belabor the point, pick up the slack

take notice of someone or something

Fig. to notice the presence or existence of someone or something. They didn't take notice of me, so I left. I took notice of the amount of the bill.
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take notice of

To pay attention to.
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