bear/keep somebody/something in mind

keep in mind

To think of or remember someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "keep" and "in." I do keep your daughter in mind for babysitting, but we just haven't needed anyone lately. Just keep in mind that it gets dark a lot earlier these days. I don't want you to have any trouble driving home.
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keep someone or something in mind (for someone or something)

to remember to bring up someone or something in regard to someone or something. Would you keep me in mind for the vice president job? I will keep a position in mind for John, since he is graduating soon.
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keep someone or something in mind

 and bear someone or something in mind
to remember and think about someone or something. When you're driving a car, you must bear this in mind at all times: Keep your eyes on the road. As you leave home, keep your family in mind.
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bear in mind

Also, keep in mind. Remember, as in Bear in mind that I can't walk as fast as you, or Keep your constituency in mind when you speak. [First half of 1500s]
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bear something in mind

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keep something in mind

COMMON If you tell someone to bear something in mind or keep something in mind, you are reminding or warning them about something important which they should remember. There are a few general rules to bear in mind when selecting plants. Keep in mind that some places are more problematic than others for women traveling alone. Add salt and pepper to taste, bearing in mind that dishes served cold often need a little more seasoning.
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bear in mind

remember and take into account.
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bear/keep somebody/something in ˈmind

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bear/keep in ˈmind that...

not forget about somebody/something: We’ll bear you in mind if a job becomes available.I’ll keep your advice in mind.Do bear in mind that the tickets are usually sold very quickly.