take something into account
take (someone or something) into account
To think about, consider, or keep someone or something in mind for the future. This deal also takes your two sons into account. We'll be taking your years of loyal service into account while we consider what should be done.
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take something into acˈcount,
take account of somethingconsider something when making a calculation or decision: It’s clear he didn’t take his family’s wishes into account when deciding to change jobs. ♢ We mustn’t forget to take account of price increases when we do the budget for next year.
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- take (someone or something) into account
- take into account
- take into account (someone or something)
- weigh (something) in the balance
- weigh something in the balance
- (Do) you mean to say (that) (something is the case)?
- (Do) you mean to tell me (that) (something is the case)?
- in (just) a minute
- in (just) a moment
- set (something) in cement