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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I WOULD like to bring to your attention a serious disease that needs more government funding and public awareness - liver disease.
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.
The purpose of this memorandum is to bring to your attention a new opportunity for acquiring certain SKILCRAFT Services from the National Industries for the Blind (NIB), which serves to increase employment prospects for people who are blind.
MAY I just bring to your attention your Football ECHO match report about the Everton v Charlton Match.