English to Igbo Meaning of heed - ntị

Heed :

ebe, lekwasịrị, ihe mgbaru ọsọ, ihe, ebumnobi, ntị, attaching mkpa, ndabere, n'ihi, banyere, mara, uche, chọpụtara

ekweta, na-erube isi, ntị, kwere na, edebe, ùgwù, ịga, dee, mara, anya mgbe

ntịṅara ntịheedfuln'irubeheedless-anakwere
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Definitions of heed in English
Noun(1) paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people
Verb(1) pay close attention to; give heed to
Examples of heed in English
(1) The wealthy and those on expense accounts pay little heed to it.(2) if he heard, he paid no heed(3) Now eight months into the changeover, he is pleased with the progress and warned motorists to take heed of the warrants.(4) He watched the men as they loitered carelessly, paying little heed to how conspicuous they now were.(5) In turn, he paid heed to everything I said and had a lot of regard for me.(6) Drivers are being urged to take heed of the winter weather after a spate of road accidents in the West Mainland on Tuesday morning.(7) It just goes to prove you should pay heed to any ÔÇÿtipÔÇÖ given to you by a taxi driver!(8) So we showed the manuscript to a lawyer but I took no heed of his suggestions.(9) The Council would have to be extraordinarily inept if it were not to take heed of this overwhelming reaction to the move.(10) Let us hope that the next reports from the Department of Health take heed of this advice.(11) Whatever is shaping your story, must take heed of the Charles Darwin rule.(12) Although this was a horrid sight and sound the constant attention the kids yearned for made me pay no heed to them.(13) Some developers have taken heed of the government's drive and slowed down mall developments.(14) Kiwis could do a lot worse than take heed of the manners of our overseas drivers.(15) He had been unrelenting with his plan and given no heed to the young lieutenant he had talked to.(16) He urged the vicar to reconsider the plans and take heed of what protesters were saying.
Related Phrases of heed
(1) take heed ::
(2) pay heed ::
(3) take no heed ::
iri elezighi anya
(4) give heed ::
enye ntị
(5) take heed of ::
lezie of
1. attention ::
2. notice ::
3. note ::
4. regard ::
5. consideration ::
6. thought ::
7. care ::
8. pay attention to ::
9. take notice of ::
10. take note of ::
11. pay heed to ::
aṅa ntị
12. attend to ::
13. listen to ::
14. bear in mind ::
iburu n'uche
15. be mindful of ::
iburu n'uche nke
16. mind ::
17. mark ::
18. consider ::
19. take into account ::
gaa na akaụntụ
20. follow ::
21. obey ::
na-erube isi
22. adhere to ::
rube isi na
23. abide by ::
24. observe ::
25. take to heart ::
26. be alert to ::
ịmụrụ anya
1. disregard ::
2. ignore ::
Different Forms
heed, heeded, heedful, heeding, heedless, heeds
Word Example from TV Shows
I would like to heed your wishes
and the wishes of my people,

I would like to HEED your wishes and the wishes of my people,

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10

I am free to heed my heart.

I am free to HEED my heart.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10

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