take+cognizance+of

  • 1take cognizance of — To recognize, take into consideration • • • Main Entry: ↑cognition * * * formal attend to; take account of * * * take cognizance of : to notice or give attention to (something) He should take cogniz …

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  • 2take cognizance of — ► take cognizance of formal take account of. Main Entry: ↑cognizance …

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  • 3take cognizance — index notice (observe) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4take cognizance of — index hear (perceive by ear), heed, note (notice), observe (watch), regard (pay attention), w …

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  • 5take cognizance of — formal attend to; take account of. → cognizance …

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  • 6take cognizance of something — formal phrase to consider something before you take action or make a decision Thesaurus: to think carefully or a lot about thingssynonym Main entry: cognizance * * * take cognizance of sth idiom …

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  • 7take cognizance of something — formal to consider something before you take action or make a decision …

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  • 8cognizance — (also cognisance) ► NOUN formal ▪ knowledge or awareness. ● take cognizance of Cf. ↑take cognizance of DERIVATIVES cognizant adjective cognize (also cognise) verb …

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  • 9cognizance — [käg′nə zəns; ] occas. [ kän′əzəns] n. [ME cognisaunce < OFr conoissance, knowledge < conoissant, prp. of conoistre, to know < L cognoscere: see COGNITION] 1. perception or knowledge; esp., the range of knowledge possible through… …

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  • 10cognizance — [[t]kɒ̱gnɪz(ə)ns[/t]] (in BRIT, also use cognisance) 1) PHRASE: V inflects If you take cognizance of something, you take notice of it or acknowledge it. [FORMAL] The government has in the past not taken cognisance of any protest unless there has… …

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  • 11cognizance — n. (formal) notice to take cognizance of * * * [ kɒgnɪz(ə)ns] (formal) [ notice ] to take cognizance of …

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  • 12cognizance — n. (also cognisance) 1 knowledge or awareness; perception, notice. 2 the sphere of one s observation or concern. 3 Law the right of a court to deal with a matter. 4 Heraldry a distinctive device or mark. Phrases and idioms: have cognizance of… …

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  • 13cognizance — noun Etymology: Middle English conisaunce, from Anglo French conissance, from conoistre to know, from Latin cognoscere Date: 14th century 1. a distinguishing mark or emblem (as a heraldic bearing) 2. a. knowledge, awareness …

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  • 14cognizance — cog•ni•zance [[t]ˈkɒg nə zəns, ˈkɒn ə [/t]] n. 1) awareness or realization; notice: to take cognizance of a slighting remark[/ex] 2) law a) judicial notice as taken by a court in dealing with a cause b) the right of taking jurisdiction, as… …

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  • 15cognizance — cog|ni|zance cognisance [ˈkɔgnızəns US ˈka:g ] n [U] formal [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: conoissance, from conoistre to know , from Latin cognoscere; COGNITION] 1.) knowledge or understanding of something 2.) take cognizance of sth to… …

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  • 16cognizance — cog|ni|zance [ kagnızəns, kag naızəns ] noun uncount FORMAL the process by which you recognize or understand something take cognizance of something to consider something before you take action or make a decision ╾ cog|ni|zant adjective …

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  • 17cognizance — or cognisance kɒ(g)nɪz(ə)ns noun 1》 formal knowledge or awareness.     ↘Law the action of taking judicial notice. 2》 Heraldry a distinctive device or mark, especially as formerly worn by retainers of a noble house. Phrases take cognizance of… …

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  • 18cognizance — also cognisance BrE noun (U) formal 1 knowledge or understanding of something 2 take cognizance of to understand something and consider it when you take action or make a decision …

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  • 19take into account — Synonyms and related words: admit, admit exceptions, allow, allow for, assimilate, bear in mind, complete, comprehend, comprise, concede, consider, consider the circumstances, consider the source, contain, count in, cover, discount, disregard,… …

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  • 20take notice — Synonyms and related words: animadvert, attend, bear in mind, have regard for, heed, hold in mind, keep in mind, keep in sight, keep in view, look, mark, mind, note, notice, observe, reckon with, regard, remark, see, take account of, take… …

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