heed

  • 1 heed — heed·ful; heed·less; heed; heed·ful·ly; heed·ful·ness; heed·less·ly; heed·less·ness; un·heed·ed·ly; un·heed·ing·ly; …

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  • 2 Heed — Heed, n. 1. Attention; notice; observation; regard; often with give or take. [1913 Webster] With wanton heed and giddy cunning. Milton. [1913 Webster] Amasa took no heed to the sword that was in Joab s hand. 2 Sam. xx. 10. [1913 Webster] Birds… …

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  • 3 heed´er — heed «heed», verb, noun. –v.t. to give careful attention to; take notice of; mind: »Now heed what I say. They pass, and heed each other not (William Cullen Bryant). SYNONYM(S): note, consider, regard. –v.i. to pay careful attention; notice. –n.… …

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  • 4 Heed — Datos generales Origen Gotemburgo, Suecia …

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  • 5 Heed — (h[=e]d), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Heeded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Heeding}.] [OE. heden, AS. h[=e]dan; akin to OS. h[=o]dian, D. hoeden, Fries. hoda, OHG. huoten, G. h[ u]ten, Dan. hytte. [root]13. Cf. {Hood}.] To mind; to regard with care; to take notice …

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  • 6 Heed — Heed, v. i. To mind; to consider. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 heed — I verb attend to, be attentive, be aware, be careful, be cautious, be conscious of, be guided by, check, comply, consider, curare, follow, hark, hear, hearken to, listen to, look to, mark, mind, note, notice, obey, observare, observe, parere, pay …

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  • 8 heed — [n] care, thought application, attention, carefulness, caution, cognizance, concentration, concern, consideration, debate, deliberation, ear*, heedfulness, interest, listen up*, mark, mind*, note, notice, observance, observation, regard, remark,… …

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  • 9 heed — ► VERB ▪ pay attention to. ► NOUN (usually pay (or take) heed) ▪ careful attention. DERIVATIVES heedful adjective. ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 10 HEED — [Abk. für engl. high energy electron diffraction = Beugung hochenergetischer Elektronen]: ↑ Elektronenbeugung …

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  • 11 heed — [hēd] vt. [ME heden < OE hedan (< * hodjan: akin to Ger hüten) < base of hod (see HOOD1) in the sense “care, keeping, protection”: for IE base see HAT] to pay close attention to; take careful notice of vi. to pay attention n. close… …

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  • 12 Heed — Infobox musical artist Name = Heed Img capt = Img size = 250 Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Gothenburg Genre = Heavy metal Years active = 2004 present Label = Associated acts = URL = [http://www.heedonline.com/ heedonline …

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  • 13 heed — {{11}}heed (n.) attention, notice, regard, early 14c., apparently from HEED (Cf. heed) (v.). Survives only in literal use and as the object of verbs (take heed, etc.). {{12}}heed (v.) O.E. hedan to heed, observe; to take care, attend, from W.Gmc …

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  • 14 heed — [[t]hi͟ːd[/t]] heeds, heeding, heeded 1) VERB If you heed someone s advice or warning, you pay attention to it and do what they suggest. [FORMAL] [V n] But few at the conference in London last week heeded his warning... [V n] Chris would have… …

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  • 15 heed — heed1 [hi:d] v [T] formal [: Old English; Origin: hedan] to pay attention to someone s advice or warning ▪ If she had only heeded my warnings , none of this would have happened. heed 2 heed2 n pay heed to sth/take heed of sth formal to pay… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 heed — n. to pay heed to; to take heed of * * * [hiːd] to take heed of to pay heed to …

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  • 17 heed — heed1 [ hid ] verb transitive FORMAL to listen carefully to someone s advice or warning and do what they suggest heed heed 2 [ hid ] noun pay heed to/take heed of FORMAL to give careful attention to someone s advice or warning …

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  • 18 heed — 1 verb (T) formal to pay attention to someone s advice or warning: If she had only heeded my warnings, none of this would have happened. 2 noun (U) formal pay/give heed to sth also take heed of sth to pay attention to something and seriously… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 heed — I UK [hiːd] / US [hɪd] verb [transitive] Word forms heed : present tense I/you/we/they heed he/she/it heeds present participle heeding past tense heeded past participle heeded formal to consider someone s advice or warning and do what they… …

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  • 20 heed — 1. verb heed the warnings Syn: pay attention to, take notice of, take note of, pay heed to, attend to, listen to; bear in mind, be mindful of, mind, mark, consider, take into account, follow, obey, adhere to, abide by, observe, take to heart …

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