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bear (someone or something) in mind
To remember, think about, or consider someone or something (in regard to something else). Good luck in your new job in New York City! Bear us in mind when you hit the big time! Regulators can be very picky about details, so bear that in mind when you're filling out the application.
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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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.