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  • 1 take into account — • take into account • take into consideration (smth) remember and consider Please take into account that she has only been studying French for a few weeks. to include as one of the important factors or things connected with a question,… …

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  • 2 take into account — take (something) into account to include something when making a decision or judgment. Salespeople have to take into account the differences between their customers. Opposite of: take no account of (something). Related vocabulary: allow for… …

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  • 3 take into account — index calculate, consider, discuss, heed, notice (observe), provide (arrange for) Burton s L …

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  • 4 take into account — verb allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something (Freq. 12) I allow for this possibility The seamstress planned for 5% shrinkage after the first wash • Syn: ↑allow • Derivationally related forms: ↑allowable …

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  • 5 take\ into\ account — • (to) take into account • (to) take into consideration • (to) take account of v. phr. To remember and understand while judging someone or something; consider. How much time will we need to get to the lake? You have to take the bad road into… …

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  • 6 take into account — verb To consider or regard; to include (as in an estimate or plan) or pay attention to; to notice. His plan did not take into account the possibility of rain …

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  • 7 take into account — take (something/someone) into account to think about something or someone when you are making a decision or a judgement. I hope they ll take her age into account when they re judging her work. They took into account that he d never been in… …

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  • 8 take into account — take into consideration, consider as well …

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  • 9 take 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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  • 10 take into account — {v. phr.} To remember and understand while judging someone or something; consider. * /How much time will we need to get to the lake? You have to take the bad road into account./ * /His acting in the play was remarkable, taking into account his… …

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  • 11 take into account — {v. phr.} To remember and understand while judging someone or something; consider. * /How much time will we need to get to the lake? You have to take the bad road into account./ * /His acting in the play was remarkable, taking into account his… …

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  • 12 take into account — phrasal to make allowance for …

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  • 13 take into account — Consider, remember …

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  • 14 to take into account — Account Ac*count , n. [OE. acount, account, accompt, OF. acont, fr. aconter. See {Account}, v. t., {Count}, n., 1.] 1. A reckoning; computation; calculation; enumeration; a record of some reckoning; as, the Julian account of time. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 15 take no account of — (something) to not consider something. Some teachers seem to take no account of their students interests or experience. Opposite of: take (something) into account …

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  • 16 take no account of — To overlook or fail to take into consideration • • • Main Entry: ↑account …

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  • 17 take something into account — take account of something/take something into account/ phrase to consider something when you are trying to make a decision Compensation awards take into account the pain and suffering caused to the victim. If you take inflation into account, we… …

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  • 18 take into consideration — • take into account • take into consideration (smth) remember and consider Please take into account that she has only been studying French for a few weeks. to include as one of the important factors or things connected with a question,… …

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  • 19 take something into account — take (something) into account to include something when making a decision or judgment. Salespeople have to take into account the differences between their customers. Opposite of: take no account of (something). Related vocabulary: allow for… …

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  • 20 take into consideration — take into account, think about, consider …

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