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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

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