Also, take notice. Pay attention, as in Take note, not one man here is wearing a tie, or The aide took notice of the boys throwing spitballs and reported them. An antonym is take no notice of, meaning “ignore,” as in Take no notice of them and they'll stop teasing you. [Late 1500s] Also see take notes.
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How to use take note in a sentence
And, take note, these are not questions that people in Japan are supposed to ask.
take note, Congressmen, this is just the kind of detail you are looking for.This Sexy Thriller Is Just the Document the Benghazi Commission Needs | Christopher Dickey | September 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And part of the answer depends on whether the rest of the world will take note.What Would Jesus Do in Gaza? The Tears of Pope Francis Point the Way | Christopher Dickey | July 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The moment was well-earned (The Newsroom should take note), and, true to form, was short lived.I Watched ‘Psych’ For 8 Years and All I Got Was This Lackluster Finale | Chancellor Agard | March 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
People began to take note of an article that Liu had posted online in 2006 describing his “six close brushes with death.”
take note of the characteristics which are peculiar to your model, and use them; do not change them nor idealize them.The Painter in Oil | Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
I had time during the mêlée to take note of the actions of General Forrest, and I observed that a great change had come over him.A Little Union Scout | Joel Chandler Harris
When I came to take note of my surroundings I could not refrain from uttering an exclamation of surprise.A Little Union Scout | Joel Chandler Harris
Their mode of life necessitated a knowledge of Nature's laws; they had to take note of the seasons and measure time.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria | Donald A. Mackenzie
You were too sleepy to take note of it last night, but you came up here by a track fit for a lady's pony-carriage.Wandering Heath | Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch