Idiom: take note ( of someone/something)
Idiom: take note (of someone/something)
- to pay attention or give attention to something
- Please take note of the requirements for completing this course—they're listed right here on the syllabus.
- If you’re traveling to the beach this weekend, take note of the construction on I-95 and plan your travel accordingly.
- What did you take note of at the conference?
- Did you take note of the brand of ergonomic chairs at their office? They were so comfortable.
- I did well on the exam because I took note of the questions our professor asked us in class.
- My kids were quick to take note that we agreed to get them a dog next summer.
- Take note of anything weird they ask you in the interview.
- I tried to take note of the way the French girls dressed during our trip to Europe.
- Did you happen to take note of how she folded the dinner napkins? I'd like to do the same for our party this weekend.
- I wish I'd taken note of the place we left the trail. I think we're lost.
- make a mental note
- take notice
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