bear in mind : Idioms in English

bear in mind

to remember something considerable amongst things of minor significance.
Usage:
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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