BrE BrE//hiːd//; NAmE NAmE//hiːd//
(formal) to pay careful attention to somebody/something They gave little heed to the rumours. I paid no heed at the time but later I had cause to remember what he’d said. Small businesses would be wise to take heed of the warnings contained in the Chancellor’s speech. She took little heed of her surroundings. They paid no heed to the advice.
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