take on board
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Related to take on board: turn up, rub off, pick up on, put on the spot
take on board something
to understand and accept ideas and opinions which may change the way you behave in the future Banks need to take on board the views of their customers. It seems that young people are finally taking on board the message that it's not cool to smoke.See sweep the board