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attention

noun [U]
 
 
/əˈtenʃən/
INTEREST B1 when you watch, listen to, or think about something carefully or with interest
внимание
Ladies and gentlemen, could I have your attention, please?Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
pay attention (to sth) B1 to watch, listen to, or think about something carefully or with interest
уделять внимание
You weren't paying attention to what I was saying.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
bring/draw (sb's) attention to sth/sb B2 to make someone notice something or someone
обращать чье-либо внимание на что-либо
If I could just draw your attention to the second paragraph.Showing and demonstrating
attract/get (sb's) attention B2 to make someone notice you
привлекать внимание
I waved at him to get his attention.Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction
TREATMENT treatment to deal with a problem
уход
medical attention This old engine needs a lot of attention.Treating and caring for people
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