attention

listen to the pronunciation of attention
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ilgi

Tom ve Mary'nin birlikte konuşmak için çok zamanı yok. Onların çocukları, her zaman onların ilgisini istiyorlar. - Tom and Mary don't have much time to talk together. Their children are always demanding their attention.

Güzel bir bayanı öperken güvenle araba sürebilen bir sürücü sadece öpücüğe hakettiği ilgiyi vermiyordur. - Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty lady is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.

özen

Yaptığın şeye özen göster. - Pay attention to what you're doing.

dikkat

Dikkatsizlikten,arabasıyla direğe çarptı. - By lack of attention, she hit the post with her car.

Kendi güvenliğine daha fazla dikkat etmelisin. - You should pay more attention to your own safety.

{i} ilgilenme

Polis onunla ilgilenmedi. - The policeman paid no attention to him.

Erkeklerden hiç biri Mary ile ilgilenmedi. - None of the boys paid any attention to Mary.

(Askeri) esas duruş
hizmet
kayıt
titizlik
(Bilgisayar) dikkatine
(Askeri) esas vaziyet
dikkat verme

Sürücülerin tafik ışıklarına dikkat vermeleri gerek. - Drivers need to pay attention to the traffic lights.

bakım

Tom tıbbi bakım almak zorunda kalacak. - Tom will have to get medical attention.

Tom'un tıbbi bakım alması gerekiyor. - Tom needs to get medical attention.

hazırol yağdayı
aşığın sevgilisine gösterdiği ilgi
hazırol
{i} iltifat

Tom Mary'nin iltifatıyla pohpohlandı. - Tom was flattered by Mary's attention.

Kadınlar iltifattan hoşlanırlar. - Women like attention.

Attention I Hazır ol I attention span bir kimsenin konu degiştirmeden aynı şeye dikkat edebildiği müddet
Uyarı

Tom uyarıya dikkat etmedi. - Tom didn't pay any attention to the warning.

O, uyarıma dikkat etti. - He paid attention to my warning.

meşgul olma
{i} kur
teveccuh
{i} ask. esas duruş/vaziyet
bir şeye dikkat çekmek
(Askeri) ESAS DURUŞ: Gözler tam ilerde, eller yanlarda, topuklar bitişik, ayak uçları 45 yanlara açık, hazır ve uyanık vaziyette, ayakta dik duruş. At veya araca binmiş, silah taşıyan vesaire şahıslar için de, ayrıca esas vaziyetleri tarif edilmiştir. Bu vaziyette, tam sessizlik ve hareketsizlik esastır. 2. HAZIR OL ! Bu vaziyeti almak için verilen komut
aldırış
aldırma
itina
ilgi gösterme
pay attention
dikkat etmek

Dikkat etmek zorundasın. - You have to pay attention.

Size söyledim, bacaklarınıza ve ayaklarınıza dikkat etmek zorundaydınız. - I told you you had to pay attention to your legs and feet.

attention deficit
dikkat eksikliği
attention seeking
dikkatleri üzerine çekmeye çalışan
attention!
hazır ol
attention getting
dikkat çekici
attention to orders
(Askeri) EMRE DİKKAT !: Bir emir subayının, bir emir okumaya başlamadan önce verdiği ikaz komutu
attention disorder
Dikkat bozukluğu
attention fatigue
ilgi ve dikkatte azalma
attention from the public
halkın dikkati
attention seeker
(deyim) Sürekli olarak başkalarının dikkat, ihtimam ve/veya iltifatı kendi üzerinde olsun isteyen kişi
attention seeking
Dikkatleri üzerine çekme meraklısı, sürekli kendisiyle ilgilenilmesini bekleyen kişi
attention to all apartment residents
tüm apartman sakinlerinin dikkatine
attention whore
(deyim) (Argo) Sürekli olarak başkalarının dikkat, ihtimam ve/veya iltifatı kendi üzerinde olsun isteyen kişi
attention reflex
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dikkat refleksi
attention span
dikkat genişliği
attention to orders!
(Askeri) emre dikkat!
at attention
(Gıda) 1. (Asker) Esas duruş2. Askere esas duruşa geşmesi için verilen komut
attract attention
dikkatleri üzerine çekmek
attract attention
dikkati çekmek
attract attention
dikkatleri üzerine toplamak
attract the attention
dikkatleri üzerine çekmek
attract attention
dikkat çek
attract attention
Dikkat çekmek
attracted his attention
ilgisini çekti
attract attention
dikkatini çekmek
attract considerable attention
büyük ilgi görmek
attract considerable attention
büyük ilgi çekmek
attract great attention
büyük ilgi görmek
attract great attention
büyük ilgi çekmek
attract intensive attention
yoğun ilgi görmek
attract smb.'s attention
ilgisini çekmek
attract the attention
göze çarpmak
not to pay attention
dikkat etmemek
pay attention
dikkatini ver

Bana dikkatini vermen için ne yapabilirim? - What can I do to make you pay attention to me?

Dikkatini verebilir misin? - Can you pay attention?

attention grabbing
dikkat çekici
attention span
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dikkat süresi
bring to one's attention
farkına varmak
compel attention
dikkatleri üzerine toplamak
complete attention
akıl fikir
complete attention
pür dikkat
complete attention
tam dikkat
focus attention
dikkatini toplamak
focus attention
dikkatini bir yöne vermek
focus attention
konsantre olmak
focus one's attention on
ağırlık vermek
focus the attention
dikkati yoğunlaştırmak
need attention
ilgiye muhtaç olmak
need attention
ilgi istemek
not to pay any attention
aldırış etmemek
particular attention
özel dikkat
pay attention
dikkatini vermek
pay attention
mühimsemek
pay attention (to)
aldırmak
pay attention to
nazarı dikkate almak
pay attention to
dikkatini vermek
pay attention to
aldırmak
pay no attention
oralı olmamak
pay no attention
aldırmazlıktan gelmek
pay sufficient attention
göz ardı etmemek
pay sufficient attention
gözardı etmemek
poor attention span
kısa dikkat süresi
receive attention
alaka görmek
require attention
ilgiye muhtaç olmak
require attention
ilgi istemek
selective attention
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) seçici dikkat
special attention
özel ilgi
special attention
özel dikkat
try to draw one's attention
dikkatini çekmeye çalışmak
try to pull one's attention
dikkatini çekmeye çalışmak
try to take one's attention on
dikkatini çekmeye çalışmak
worthy of attention
dikkate değer
call attention to
dikkat çekmek

Tom kendine dikkat çekmek istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to call attention to himself.

call attention to
dikkatini çek
call one's attention
dikkatini çekmek
draw attention
dikkatini çekmek
pay attention
kulak vermek
pay attention to
dikkatini ver
For your Attention
Dikkatinize
arrest s.o.´s attention
birinin dikkatini çekmek
attention to
itina etmek
attentional
dikkatte
be center of the attention
Bkz. center of the attention
bring attention
Birşeye dikkat çekmek
bring attention to
Birşeye dikkat çekmek
call s.o.´s attention to
birinin dikkatini (bir şeye) çekmek
center of attention
(deyim) İlgi odağı, dikkatleri üzerine çeken şey ya da kişi

Lucy hates to be the center of attention.

centre of attention
İlgi odağı kişi
deserve attention
kayda değer
direct attention to
Doğrudan dikkat
drawn attention
çizilmiş dikkat
focused his attention
onun dikkatini
give attention
Dikkat vermek
invite attention
dikkat davet
lack of attention
dikkat eksikliği
requiring immediate attention     
hemen dikkat gerektiren
rivet so.'s attention
perçin öyle. 'dikkat s
snap to attention
Dikkat kesilmek

She snapped to attention.

take attention
dikkat çekmek
to focus attention on
dikkat odaklama
to pay attention
dikkatli olmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Used as a command to bring soldiers to the attention position
A state of alertness in the standing position

The company will now come to attention.

Mental focus

Please direct your attention to the following words.

An action or remark expressing concern for or interest in someone or something, especially romantic interest

For some time past I have been the recipient of very marked attentions from a young lady.

{n} the act of attending or minding
If you bring something to someone's attention or draw their attention to it, you tell them about it or make them notice it. If we don't keep bringing this to the attention of the people, nothing will be done
n A quantity of life force; active consciousness; the power or faculty of mental concentration
the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others
span: extent to which a person can concentrate on a single task
If someone or something is getting attention, they are being dealt with or cared for. Each year more than two million household injuries need medical attention
a courteous act indicating affection; "she tried to win his heart with her many attentions" a motionless erect stance with arms at the sides and feet together; assumed by military personnel during drill or review; "the troops stood at attention" the faculty or power of mental concentration; "keeping track of all the details requires your complete attention" the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others a general interest that leads people to want to know more; "She was the center of attention
the selection of some incoming information for further processing
Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) -Refers to a condition which causes difficulty in remaining focused on a given task
A general term referring to the selective aspects of perception which function so that at any instant an organism focuses on certain features of the enviroment to the (relative) exclusion of other features Attention may be conscious in that some stimulus elements are actively selected out of the total input, although, by in large, we are not explicitly aware of the factors, which cause us to perceive only some small part of the stimulus array
the faculty or power of mental concentration; "keeping track of all the details requires your complete attention"
n [(Thank you for your ~ )] perhatian (hati) [(Terima kasih atas ~ anda )]
a courteous act indicating affection; "she tried to win his heart with her many attentions"
The act or state of attending or heeding; the application of the mind to any object of sense, representation, or thought; notice; exclusive or special consideration; earnest consideration, thought, or regard; obedient or affectionate heed; the supposed power or faculty of attending
Concentration The aspect of consciousness that relates to the amount of effort exerted in focusing on certain aspects of an experience, activity, or task
When people stand to attention or stand at attention, they stand straight with their feet together and their arms at their sides. Soldiers in full combat gear stood at attention. In psychology, the act or state of applying the mind to an object of sense or thought. Wilhelm Wundt was perhaps the first psychologist to study attention, distinguishing between broad and restricted fields of awareness. He was followed by William James, who emphasized active selection of stimuli, and Ivan Pavlov, who noted the role attention plays in activating conditioned reflexes. John B. Watson sought to define attention not as an "inner" process but rather as a behavioral response to specific stimuli. Psychologists today consider attention against a background of "orienting reflexes" or "preattentive processes," whose physical correlates include changes in the voltage potential of the cerebral cortex and in the electrical activity of the skin, increased cerebral blood flow, pupil dilation, and muscular tightening. See also attention deficit disorder
An act of civility or courtesy; care for the comfort and pleasure of others; as, attentions paid to a stranger
If you give someone or something your attention, you look at it, listen to it, or think about it carefully. You have my undivided attention Later he turned his attention to the desperate state of housing in the province. young children with short attention spans
If you pay attention to someone, you watch them, listen to them, or take notice of them. If you pay no attention to someone, you behave as if you are not aware of them or as if they are not important. More than ever before, the food industry is paying attention to young consumers Other people walk along the beach at night, so I didn't pay any attention at first
{i} concentration; consideration; military posture in which a soldier stands in an upright position with his hands at his sides and his heels together (Military)
Where one places one's conscious or unconscious attention has an effect on cognitive processes First attention or the attention of the conscious mind is limited (See conscious awareness) Second attention refers to the processes and organisation of the unconscious mind
The allocation of cognitive capacity to an object or task, so that information is consciously processed
interest which has become fixed
Interrupts the application program; available only when the connection-method is SNA If the connection method is not SNA, X-f (Minus Function) appears in the operator information area
Sympathetic consideration of the needs and wants of others
a motionless erect stance with arms at the sides and feet together; assumed by military personnel during drill or review; "the troops stood at attention"
The cognitive process of orienting to and perceiving stimuli With regard to television research, this may be measured by visual orientation to the television or "looking" by eye movements, by electrophysiological activity, and by inference through secondary recall and recognition tests (Anderson & Collins, 1988) See Visual Attention
the process by which we focus our awareness on some of the information available in consciousness and screen out other information
Attention is great interest that is shown in someone or something, particularly by the general public. Volume Two, sub-titled `The Lawyers', will also attract considerable attention The conference may help to focus attention on the economy
Ability to selectively perceive sensory stimuli
Ability to take notice
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When you collect standard resource utilization items, Oracle Corporation recommends collecting the same items on both the start and end events This allows Oracle Trace to calculate usage over the duration of the event by subtracting the start value from the end value
If someone or something attracts your attention or catches your attention, you suddenly notice them. He sat at one of the round tables and tried to attract her attention
the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others a general interest that leads people to want to know more; "She was the center of attention
You can refer to someone's efforts to help you, or the interest they show in you, as their attentions, especially if you dislike or disapprove of them. The only way to escape the unwanted attentions of the local men was not to go out
a general interest that leads people to want to know more; "She was the center of attention"
The ability to concentrate on a task
(See 204) The first step in the prospect's mental steps From the moment a salesperson begins to talk, he or she should try to quickly capture and maintain the prospect's attention The first step in the prospect's mental steps From the moment a salesperson begins to talk, he or she should try to quickly capture and maintain the prospect's attention
the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention"
attn
attention deficit disorder
A syndrome formerly thought to affect children only, but now known to also affect adults, that is characterized by frequent, chronic distractibility, and either inattentiveness or hyperactivity (fidgeting)
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A developmental disorder in which a person has a persistent pattern of impulsiveness and inattention, with or without a component of hyperactivity
attention span
The length of time, or span that one can pay attention, or concentrate on one topic without becoming distracted

He has learning difficulties because of his short attention span.

attention spans
plural form of attention span
attention whore
Someone who craves attention and is not above soliciting it via deliberately meaningless or provocative tactics
attention whores
plural form of attention whore
attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Alternative form of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
attention deficit disorder
A biologically based mental disorder that typically has the following characteristics: short attention span, distractive behavior, difficulty following directions and staying on task, and an inability to focus behavior The disorder compromises many skills needed for academic success
attention deficit disorder
A disorder characterized by severe and persistent difficulties in one or more of the following areas: attention, impulsivity, and motor behavior These difficulties can lead to learning and behavior problems at home, school, and work
attention deficit disorder
A condition in which a child exhibits developmentally inappropriate lack of concentration and impulsivity; when accompanied by hyperactivity, ADD is generally referred to as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
attention deficit disorder
Neurological condition that is often evident from childhood ADD may cause restlessness, disorganization, hyperactivity, distractibility, and mood swings
attention deficit disorder
This is also called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) People with this disorder have severe difficulty in focusing and maintaining attention They display characteristics of inattentiveness, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity This disorder often leads to learning and behavior problems at home and at school
attention deficit disorder
Attention deficit disorder is a condition where people, especially children, are unable to concentrate on anything for very long and so find it difficult to learn and often behave in inappropriate ways. The abbreviation ADD is often used. A syndrome, usually diagnosed in childhood, characterized by a persistent pattern of impulsiveness, a short attention span, and often hyperactivity, and interfering especially with academic, occupational, and social performance. ADD a medical condition that especially affects children. It causes them to be too active and to be unable to pay attention or be quiet for very long. formerly hyperactivity Behavioral syndrome in children, whose major symptoms are inattention and distractibility, restlessness, inability to sit still, and difficulty concentrating on one thing for any period of time. It occurs in about 5% of all schoolchildren, and it is three times more common in boys than in girls. It can adversely affect learning, though many children with ADD can learn to control their behaviour sufficiently to perform satisfactorily in school. It appears to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Certain aspects of the syndrome may persist into adulthood. Treatment usually entails counseling and close parental supervision, and it may also include prescription medication
attention deficit disorder
A condition characterized by when a person is easily distracted and has difficulty staying focused on an individual activity for any period of time The classification of the DSMIII-R System; inattention, and inpulsivity are present before age 7 ADD affects 3-5% of all students, and is not recognized as a separate category of disability under federal educational legislation (IDEA) See also "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder," as these terms are often used interchangeably
attention deficit disorder
This is a term applied to children who consistently display sypmtoms such as inattention An inattentive child is characterised by consistantly growing bored with a task that has been set in front of them after only a few minutes Many times, children with ADD have difficulty focusing on schoolwork or any type of chore or duty they are asked to do
attention deficit disorder
Beginning to be called "ADD/WO" meaning "without" hyperactivity In comparison to ADHD, this condition is characterized by fewer serious conduct problems, less impulsivity, greater sluggishness, greater anxiety, and greater depressed mood Children suffering from this condition exhibit inattention, disorganization and difficulty completing tasks
attention deficit disorder
{i} neurological disorder characterized by lack of attention and inability to control behavior as a result of difficulty in processing stimuli and sometimes characterized by hyperactivity (often diagnosed in children)
attention deficit disorder
A disorder characterized by hyperactivity, attentional deficits, and impulsivity Often leads to learning and behavior problems at home, school, and work Although it is first manifested in childhood, it may not be diagnosed until later in life Also called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
attention deficit disorder
a persistent pattern of inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity or both, occurring more frequently and severely than is typical in individuals at a comparable level of development
attention deficit disorder
A disorder associated with low attention spans and hyperactivity
attention deficit disorder
Biologically based disorder that includes a
attention deficit disorder
a condition (mostly in boys) characterized by behavioral and learning disorders
attention deficit disorder
a condition in which a student has difficulties in directing or maintaining attention to normal tasks of learning
attention deficit disorder
A severe difficulty in focusing and maintaining attention Often leads to learning and behavior problems at home, school, and work Also called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
attention deficit disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a neurobiological disorder That is, researchers believe that the symptoms are caused by chemicals in the brain that are not working properly As a result, many children and teenagers with ADD have problems with attention and learning that may cause significant problems at home and school Although all children may be inattentive and impulsive at times, youngsters with ADD behave this way more frequently (Taken from Chris Dendy's book Teenagers with ADD: a parents guide, Woodbine House, 1995)
attention deficit disorder
– A medical diagnosis for children exhibiting severe proneness to extreme distractibility Medication is often prescribed to alleviate the symptoms
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A syndrome primarily found in children and teenagers that is characterized excessive physical movement, impulsiveness, and lack of attention
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A learning disability marked by inattention, impulsiveness, a low tolerance for frustration, and a great deal of inappropriate activity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition where people, especially children, are extremely active and unable to concentrate on anything for very long, with the result that they find it difficult to learn and often behave in inappropriate ways. The abbreviation ADHD is often used. Attention deficit disorder in which hyperactivity is present. formerly hyperactivity Behavioral syndrome in children, whose major symptoms are inattention and distractibility, restlessness, inability to sit still, and difficulty concentrating on one thing for any period of time. It occurs in about 5% of all schoolchildren, and it is three times more common in boys than in girls. It can adversely affect learning, though many children with ADD can learn to control their behaviour sufficiently to perform satisfactorily in school. It appears to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Certain aspects of the syndrome may persist into adulthood. Treatment usually entails counseling and close parental supervision, and it may also include prescription medication
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A biologically based mental disorder in which a person has inappropriate degrees of inattention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A controversial diagnosis of a neurobiological disorder in children that can make it difficult for affected students to succeed in school ADHD students often appear unmotivated, irresponsible, or inconsistent in their actions Also known as "attention deficit disorder (ADD) "
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADD with hyperactivity, or excessive and exaggerated motor activity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A condition of the brain that results in excessive activity (hyperactivity), impulsivity, and difficulties with focusing attention ADHD often makes it difficult for children to control their behavior in school and social settings It is one of the most common chronic conditions of childhood and affects between 4 and 12 percent of all school-age children About 3 times more boys than girls are diagnosed with ADHD
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
a syndrome (a group of symptoms or signs) that is usually characterized by serious and persistent difficulties resulting in: inattentiveness or "distractibility", impulsivity, and hyperactivity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
– A medical diagnosis for children exhibiting proneness to extreme distractibility and hyperactive behavior Medication is often prescribed to alleviate the symptoms
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A condition characterized by hyperactive and impulsive behavior or by problems with attention span
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
{i} ADHD, disorder characterized by lack of attention and hyperactivity (often diagnosed in children), hyperkinesis
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A list of behaviors that psychiatrists declare are problems, such as: has too little attention, is too active, fidgets, squirms, and, therefore, is not "normal " Note that there is no scientific or medical proof to support either the existence of the disorder or the validity of a diagnosis
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Characterized by a very short attention span, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A particular symptom complex with core symptoms including developmentally inappropriate degrees of attention, cognitive disorganization, distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity, all of which vary in different situations and at different times Common secondary symptoms include perceptual and emotional immaturity, poor social skills, disruptive behaviours and academic problems
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Commonly called "hyperactivity," Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a clinical diagnosis based on specific criteria These include excessive motor activity, impulsiveness, short attention span, low tolerance to frustration and onset before 7 years of age Bb
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A condition in which a child exhibits signs of developmentally inappropriate hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention These characteristics are usually present before the age of 7 ADHD is similar to "Attention Deficit Disorder," except emphasis is placed on the hyperactivity Either ADD or ADHD is acceptable language
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
a lifelong developmental disorder that involves problems with attention span, impulse control, and activity level Typical behaviors include: fidgeting or squirming; difficulty remaining seated when required; distractibility; difficulty waiting for turns in groups; difficulty staying on task with chores or play activities; difficulty playing quietly; excessive talking; inattention; and engaging in physically dangerous activities without considering the consequences
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
a condition (mostly in boys) characterized by behavioral and learning disorders
attention span
The length of time one is able to concentrate on a task at hand [Click Here to Return to List]
attention span
the length of time you can concentrate on some idea or activity
attention span
The extent to which a person can concentrate (through vision, hearing, or both)
attention span
The amount of time one is able to concentrate on a task Also called attending in special education jargon
attention span
n The length of time for which a person is able to maintain concentration In most nations, a long attention span is valued as enabling understanding of well-developped, coherent, and complete arguments; in America
attention span
The length of time a person can concentrate on a singular activity before losing interest
attention span
The length of time an individual can concentrate on a task without being distracted or losing interest
attention span
The length of time a particular individual will concentrate on a particular subject at a particular time
attention span
The length of time during which a person can concentrate on a subject or idea. the period of time during which you continue to be interested in something
attention-getting
seizing the attention; "eye-catching posters
attention-getting
seizing the attention; "eye-catching posters"
attention-getting
likely to attract attention; "a catchy title for a movie"
attention-grabbing
An attention-grabbing remark or activity is one that is intended to make people notice it. an attention-grabbing marketing campaign
at attention
(Gıda) The position of At attention, or Standing at attention is a military posture which involves the following general postures
attract attention
draw attention, become noticed, become observed
attracted his attention
caught his eye, interested him
attracting attention
drawing attention, drawing notice
draw attention
To rouse someone to notice something, to cause someone to focus on something

I'd like to draw your attention to this part of the chart.

flow of attention
A research technique that deconstructs the cognitive processes of the audience’s selective perception filter
flow of attention
Research results that plot the audience’s level of attention, moment-by-moment, through a commercial

The Flow of Attention results showed us where we were losing the audience so we edited those few spots and had a better commercial.

pay attention
To attend; to be attentive; to focus one's attention

Please pay attention to the danger signs.

attent
{a} intent, attentive, regardful
pay close attention
listen carefully, be very attentive to
bring attention
Accentuate
bring attention to
Accentuate
attent
Attention; heed
attent
Attentive; heedful
attentional
of or relating to attention
attentional
Of or pertaining to attention
attentions
{i} act of courtesy, gallantry, acts of consideration
attentions
plural of attention
attention