take note


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Verb1.take note - observe with care or pay close attention to; "Take note of this chemical reaction"
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The last three chapters - which cover the contents and reception of Luther's German Bible, an internecine debate over the Lord's supper and Catholic attacks on Luther for having incited the Peasant War - leave Strasbourg for other locales and take note of pamphlets published later than the announced cut-off date.
Take notes from important events, including meeting minutes.