call (someone or something) to (one's) attention(redirected from call to your attention)
call (someone or something) to (one's) attention
To cause one to notice, focus on, or be aware of someone or something. I know you were trying to sneak into the meeting unnoticed, but you really called it to everyone's attention when you knocked over that chair. I liked the new paint color at first, but it is starting to call all the imperfections in the walls to my attention.
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call someone to attention
to demand that someone assume the formal military stance of attention. The officer called the platoon to attention. The sergeant called us to attention.
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