bring (something) to (one's) attention

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bring (something) to (one's) attention

To inform one of something. I think you need to bring Mark's complaint to the boss' attention, in case it becomes an issue later. Thank you for bringing that to our attention. We appreciate your feedback.
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bring someone or something to someone's attention

to make someone aware of someone or something. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I am grateful for your bringing her to my attention.
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bring something to someone's attention

to make someone aware of something; to mention or show something to someone. I would like to bring this problem to your attention. If there is something I should know about, please bring it to my attention.
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In a statement on Sunday, the airline said, 'We would like to bring to your attention that our flight from Muscat to Ataturk Airport (WY165) on April 5 and flight WY166 from Ataturk Airport to Muscat on April 6 will be cancelled due to transition to new airport (Istanbul Airport).
I WISH to bring to your attention the growing level of corruption among municipal officers.
With this arts & entertainment edition, our goal is to bring to your attention those who are making a difference on screen and off.
I WAS too late to nominate my favourite cafe for the Top Breakfast award, so I'd like to bring to your attention to The Red 16 Cafe, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea.
I would like to bring to your attention a new website aimed at locum optometrists.
My r eason for writing is to bring to your attention the Western Approaches tourist site.
He pulled the train company up about its poor service, then added as a joke: "I would like to bring to your attention a lack of attractive women on the train."
Re Staff Shake-Up at Wynford, November In the article there is a correction I would bring to your attention. There is no "new" department being formed.
PLEASE can I bring to your attention to a small working man's club in Ashington for their concert nights.
I WOULD like to bring to your attention a serious disease that needs more government funding and public awareness - liver disease.
...I WOULD like to bring to your attention Coventry & Warwickshire hospital blood testing.
Last issue we promised to bring to your attention chiefs who are more indicative of where leadership is going.
The purpose of this memorandum is to bring to your attention a recently enacted statutory provision that prescribes whether the Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act (41 U.S.C.
However, I must once again bring to your attention your mistake inreporting the facts.
My point in publicizing the ad and the above statement is to bring to your attention the danger posed to democracy by a powerful group that aims at theocratic control on issues important to the Vatican while doing nothing about such urgent issues as poverty, peace, overpopulation, and corporate power.