English version

take note (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake note (of something)take note (of something)ATTENTIONto pay attention to something syn notice People were beginning to take note of her talents as a writer. His first album made the music world stand up and take note. note
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take note (of something)You discussed the contents with your boss and took notes.Be sure that each student draws and takes notes on her observations.Unless you believe in some supernatural being, taking notes of our progress.I write this down verbatim, for much the same reason I took notes in college.They want to sit there passively, taking notes.While you are working through this process, take note of the features in the garden that you would like to keep.It was then that I realized that I had forgotten to take note of any landmarks en route.
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