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take (something) under advisement

To consider or deliberate upon some advice, request, idea, warning, etc., very carefully. Sometimes used sarcastically or ironically to imply the opposite. Thank you for your suggestion. The head office would like to take it under advisement for now. We will be taking all these formal complaints under advisement. Wow, thanks for the amazing advice, Dad. I'll be sure to take it under advisement.
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take something under advisement

to hear an idea and think about it carefully. It's a good idea, but I'll have to take it under advisement. The suggestion was taken under advisement, and a reply was not expected for at least a month.
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One component of this study was to determine whether or not the academic advisement intervention could positively influence student (and parent) outlook and overall attitude toward school.
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Let me suggest that you send a letter of advisement to schools in the future, so that each can make a proactive judgment regarding whether the issue is appropriate for the eyes of young children.
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She said that women professors experience additional stress because they are often expected to offer informal advisement to female students.
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It will house admissions, records, student advisement, financial aid, the book store and food services.
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Academic advisement is unevenly provided in many high schools and colleges.