Sinónimos de heed
to pay close attention to (a warning or piece of advice)Few people at the conference heeded her warning.
pay attention to, ,
take notice of,
Take care to follow the instructions.
Mark my words. He won't last.
mind, , , ,
You mind what I say now!
I'm not sure what he said – I wasn't attending.
Forcing motorists to observe speed restrictions is difficult.
The commander refused to obey an order.
bear in mind,
be guided by,
take to heart,
give ear to
careful attentionHe pays too much heed these days to my nephew.
He had given some thought to what she had told him.
care, , ,
I chose my words with care.
Let me draw your attention to some important issues.
I have a very high regard for him and what he has achieved.
I have tremendous respect for him.
Nothing that went on in the hospital escaped her notice.
He said there should be careful consideration of the company's future role.
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in the sense of attend
to pay attentionI'm not sure what he said – I wasn't attending.
in the sense of attention
consideration, notice, or observationLet me draw your attention to some important issues.
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