bear in mind : Idioms in English

bear in mind

to remember something considerable amongst things of minor significance.
The car runs great, but bear in mind that some reviews of this type of car say that the engine knocks in the morning.

bear in mind Meaning(s)

  • (v) keep in mind

bear in mind in News

  • Good Is Bad - That Is All

    It's been quite a morning. Beats across the board at the macro headline level. Housing (prices and sales), check; Durable Goods, check; Confidence, check; Richmond Fed, check. So why are stocks not surging?     The problem is that bad is also not good anymore (as we noted yesterday ). Though, of course, it's early yet - and it is a Tuesday... Please bear in mind the implicit message from the Fed ...
    on June 25, 2013 Source: Zero Hedge

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