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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

take heed (of someone or something)

To pay close attention to and consider carefully (what someone or something indicates, advises, or instructs). Take heed—you're getting involved with very dangerous people. We should have taken heed of the warning signs. He didn't take heed of the doctors, and now he's struggling to survive.
See also: heed, someone, take

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.
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The Heed would have done just that had Nicky Deverdics not put a great chance over the bar late on.
They never threatened a comeback in searing heat at Wetherby Road, where the Heed Army was 300-strong.
Heed captain Barrow had led from the front with a man-of-thematch display and the shot-shy Shots rarely threatened a comeback.
The apartments and lodges are in miserable conditions and CDA is not paying heed to repair the same, he said.
Trainer Kevin Morgan assesses the situation as Take Heed's leg protrudes through the horsebox floor
The Heed enjoying a good spell without adding to their lead in a delicately-poised derby match.
The Heed had flown out of the traps on a hot Tyneside afternoon, Olley rattling the bar from 16 yards.
They got off to the perfect start as former Heed man Chris Bush's under-hit back-pass saw Dave Winfield forced to rescue the situation.
It's a request to the people, not to pay heed on rumours, as there is no authenticity of facts.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said on Tuesday that the number of hard-to-fill jobs went down by 47 percent in the last decade as academic institutions heed their labor market advisories.
Al-Isa advised citizens not to heed groundless allegations that could unjustifiably trigger panic or prompt rush at the gas stations.
ISLAMABAD -- In occupied Kashmir, Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) has urged India to pay heed to the clear message emanating from Kashmiris' rejection of the election drama in the valley.
HEED, a revolutionary new AI platform that illuminates the invisible insights behind key moments from live events, has announced a USD 35 million funding round led by SoftBank Group International, the company said.