English version

make a mental note

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake a mental notemake a mental noteREMEMBERto make a special effort to remember something Sarah made a mental note to ask Janine about it later. mental
Examples from the Corpus
make a mental noteI let the subject pass and made a mental note for myself.I let the remark pass, but made a mental note for myself.Child circled the classroom, making mental notes of good or negative parenting behavior he would discuss with the adults later.He made a mental note of the byline above the Globe articles, Frank Dougherty, then sifted through the newspaper photographs.He made a mental note of the number of coaches and freight cars.The student should look out for them and make a mental note of their fascinating and beautiful effect.Just make a mental note of what is around.As he came in, I made a mental note of where he put the keys.I said nothing to Liz, but made a mental note to ask her sister about it later.He made a mental note to buy another chair.He made a mental note to call her and arrange a time to meet, away from her parents.She made a mental note to call Marcia when she got home.
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