heed definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To pay attention to; hear and consider: "He failed to heed my gibes, and chattered on” ( Sean O'Faolain).
    • To mind; to regard properly; to cherish; to attend to; to observe.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to pay for attention.
    • To mind; to think about.
  • noun:
    • Close attention; notice.
    • attention.
    • interest; notice; observation; regard; -- frequently with provide and take.
    • consideration; acquiescent regard.
    • A look or expression of going.
    • attention; notice; observance; respect: often with provide or take.
    • the high quality or state of attentiveness; the habit of serious consideration.
    • An obsolete kind of mind.
    • spending particular notice (as to young ones or helpless people)
  • verb:
    • in your thoughts; to respect properly; to cherish; for attending; to observe.
    • to cover attention, treatment.
    • seriously consider; offer heed to
  • others:
    • to provide attention to; regard properly; prize; observe; consider.
    • to go to; observe; take notice.

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