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Translation of "heed" - English-Spanish dictionary

heed

verb   /hiːd/ formal
to pay attention to something, especially advice or a warning prestar atención a The airline has been criticized for failing to heed advice/warnings about lack of safety routines.1843
noun [no plural]   /hiːd/ formal
attention atención The company took no heed of (= did not consider) public opposition to the plans.2260
(Definition of heed from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

heed

verb /hiːd/
to pay attention to hacer caso a alguien, tomar en cuenta, considerar He refused to heed my warning Heed what I say!
heedful adjective
(with of) paying attention to; responding to atento You must be heedful of danger.
heedless adjective
(especially with of) careless; paying no attention despreocupado, descuidado Heedless of the danger, he ran into the burning building to rescue the girl.
heedlessly adverb
a la ligera, con despreocupación She heedlessly ignored the warnings of the villagers.
pay heed to ( take heed of)
hacer caso a alguien, prestar atención a Take heed of my warning He paid no heed to me.
(Definition of heed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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