Definition of 'heed'
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Take heed from the name of my column. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They would be wise to heed his advice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He ought to heed the advice of friends and family by enjoying a long and happy retirement. The Sun (2016) Take heed of that last sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On foreign takeovers, she would do well to heed their concerns. The Sun (2016)Maybe people should heed the advice of a photographer I used to know. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Given that new regulations are unlikely to arrive soon, it's wise to heed all the advice you can. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Last week the government decided to heed her advice. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was a lesson which subsequent governments did not always heed. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000 (1990)It would pain him to heed her advice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It would do well to heed the same advice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Those still in denial must take heed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)May this book be widely read and may millions heed its warnings and act upon its advice. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)But the service clearly does not heed its own advice. The Sun (2014)Any accidental landlord would do well to heed the tax implications. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We pay them too much heed and now we are letting them control the one team that matter to us all. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the government should heed them. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Will the council pay any heed? The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Some did not heed the warning. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This has made it all the more difficult to accept what they claim is the refusal of staff to heed their advice. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To get this project moving, central government needs to heed his exhortations. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The Democrats will still be expected to pay heed to national unity by clapping politely. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Well, you need to heed your own advice. The Sun (2013)
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British English: heed VERB
If you heed someone's advice or warning, you pay attention to it and do what they suggest.
But few at the conference last week heeded his warning.
Definition of heed from the Collins English Dictionary
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