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keep something in mind

This page is about the idiom keep something in mind

Meaning: If you keep something in mind, you remember some information or advice and consider it at some time in the future.

For example:

  • When you go for your job interview, keep what I said in mind and you'll be fine.

  • The judge told the jury to listen to all the evidence carefully and keep it in mind when making their decision.

Quick Quiz:

Mark said he'd keep my advice in mind, and next time he was in this situation he'd

a. have forgotten what I'd said

b. think about what I'd said

c. ask me what to do

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Contributor: Matt Errey