Idiom: take notice
Idiom: take notice (of someone/something)
- to give attention to something
- to show interest in something
- A year ago I started to take notice of what the successful salespeople were doing and now I’m one of the top sellers for my company.
- Now that my daughter has started to wear makeup and style her hair, the boys have definitely begun to take notice.
- Did you take notice of Sandra's nose? I think she's had work done.
- I hardly took notice of the girl my son brought over for Thanksgiving and now they're engaged!
- Take notice of their home and tell me everything you see.
- Did anyone take notice of where we parked the car?
- Don't worry. No one's going to take notice of your tooth unless you tell them about it.
- Try to take notice of your surroundings while you travel throughout Africa.
- I never took notice of babies until I got pregnant. Now, I see them everywhere.
- I wish my mother would take notice of her weight. She's gained at least 20 pounds since Christmas and she's not very healthy.
- make a mental note
- take note
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