- • formal Attend to; take account of.More example sentences
- Supposing you are currently an important participant in a vital endeavour, you may gain a lot by taking cognisance of what is uttered by those on the sidelines.
- That being so, the church now formally takes cognizance of what they have been doing, and thus of what they are.
- The employer needs to take cognisance of whether the goods are new, secondhand, manufactured by the employer or transferred at a discounted price.
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