US: /ˈhid/
UK: /hˈiːd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

heed /hi:d/
  • danh từ
    • (Ê-cốt) sự chú ý, sự lưu ý, sự để ý
      • to give (pay, take) heed to: chú ý đến, lưu ý đến
      • to take no heed: không chú ý đến, không lưu ý đến
  • ngoại động từ
    • (Ê-cốt) (văn học) chú ý, lưu ý, để ý
      • to heed someone's advice: chú ý đến lời khuyên

Advanced English dictionary

verb, noun
+ verb [VN] to pay careful attention to sb's advice or warning: They failed to heed the lessons of history. + If only they had heeded his warnings! + Calls for more legislation to protect tenants were not heeded.
+ noun [U]
Idioms: give / pay heed (to sb/sth)
take heed (of sb/sth) (formal) to pay careful attention to sb/sth: They gave little heed to the rumours. + I paid no heed at the time but later I had cause to remember what he'd said. + Small businesses would be wise to take heed of the warnings contained in the Chancellor's speech.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 pay attention to, attend, (take or make) note (of), listen to, mark, consider, bear in mind; take, follow, obey, mind, respect, accept, abide by:
I wish I had heeded her suggestions for redecorating the house. Heeding his advice, I joined the army.
2 attention, notice, ear, mind, notice, respect, consideration, thought:
Let us give heed to the speaker's admonitions.

Concise English dictionary

+paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
+pay close attention to; give heed to