keep (it) in mind (that)

keep (it) in mind (that)

Used to introduce something that one wants to emphasize or be remembered. Students will need to keep it in mind that classes begin an hour earlier than normal on Monday. I know that the sales figures seem low, but keep in mind that we should get nice bump from the holidays. Keep in mind, this is only the second year that she's been on the board.
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keep in mind

To think of or remember someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "keep" and "in." I do keep your daughter in mind for babysitting, but we just haven't needed anyone lately. Just keep in mind that it gets dark a lot earlier these days. I don't want you to have any trouble driving home.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

keep someone or something in mind (for someone or something)

to remember to bring up someone or something in regard to someone or something. Would you keep me in mind for the vice president job? I will keep a position in mind for John, since he is graduating soon.
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keep someone or something in mind

 and bear someone or something in mind
to remember and think about someone or something. When you're driving a car, you must bear this in mind at all times: Keep your eyes on the road. As you leave home, keep your family in mind.
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keep (it) in mind that

a statement emphasizing something that the speaker wants remembered. Bill: When we get there I want to take a long hot shower. Father: Keep it in mind that we are guests, and we have to fit in with the routines of the household. Sally: Keep it in mind that you don't work here anymore, and you just can't go in and out of offices like that. Fred: I guess you're right.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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