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give heed to (something)

To listen carefully or pay close attention; to give ample or due consideration. You'd best give heed to his advice, or you might end up suffering the mistakes he made in the past. Give heed to your mother, she knows what she's talking about.
See also: give, heed

pay heed to (something)

To listen carefully or pay close attention; to give (something) ample or due consideration. You'd best pay heed to his advice, or you might end up suffering the mistakes he made in the past. Pay heed to your mother, she knows what she's talking about.
See also: heed, pay

pay heed to someone

to listen to and accommodate someone. You had better pay heed to your father! They are not paying heed to what I told them.
See also: heed, pay

take heed (of someone or something)

to be cautious with someone or something; to pay attention to someone or something. We will have to take heed of Wendy and see what she will do next. You will learn to take heed of these little signs that things are not going well.
See also: heed, take

give/pay ˈheed (to somebody/something)

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take ˈheed (of somebody/something)

(formal) pay careful attention to somebody/something: They gave little heed to the rumours.I paid no heed at the time but later I had cause to remember what he’d said.
See also: give, heed, pay
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Another Hannant flag-kick saw Barrow's 30-yard deflected drive find the far corner again after the break -but the Heed were unable to kick on.
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She didn't appear to heed the crossing arms or warning whistle from the train's engineer, said Eugene police Lt.
Pay negotiators in engineering and manufacturing companies are continuing to heed the Chancellor's recent call for responsible pay settlements according to the latest information from EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, These show that the average level of pay settlement for the three months to the end of March 2004 was 2.
HEED grantees are joining together across disciplines and continents to outwit the seemingly intractable health problems--ranging from rising infant mortality rates to a resurgence of malaria epidemics--that face developing countries.
Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman was chosen as the 6th Annual Heed Dinner Dance honoree by Dr.
A loveless marriage, sullied from the start, is the mainspring of Tom Morrison's latest novel, Low; a marriage between the 52year-old Bill Cosey (his second) and his 11year-old child bride, Heed the Night, whom Cosey purchases from her father for $200 and a pocketbook.
Under products liability law, there is a presumption that if a product comes with a warning, the user will read and heed the warning.
Morgan saddles Marigliano, bidding to follow up his success at Fakenham last time, and Take Heed, out to make it third time lucky after two near-misses.