Idiom: bear in mind
Idiom: bear in mind (bear something in mind)
- to consider or think about something when making a decision
- remember or consider something before taking action
- Before you book your vacation, bear in mind that many flights get delayed during the winter due to bad weather so you might want to buy travel insurance.
- Bear in mind that the bus may come earlier or later due to traffic so you should always plan accordingly.
- Please bear in mind that your insurance policy won't begin until 12:01 am Friday morning.
- Bear in mind there will be a lot of traffic so I recommend you leave a half an hour before you normally would.
- Also, bear in mind that city and local taxes are not included in the hotel room rate.
- Personally, I love steak but did you bear in mind that many participants might be vegetarian, vegan or have special dietary needs?
- My doctor told me to bear in mind that it may take three to four weeks for the antidepressant to start working so I need to get the prescription filled as soon as possible.
- I tried to bear in mind that you often arrive after 9:30 am due to traffic but the director insisted the meeting be scheduled for 8:30 am sharp.
- We forgot to bear in mind some companies observe Columbus Day so that really affected attendance at the meeting.
- take into account
- take notice of
- pay attention
- take into consideration
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