take\ into\ account

• (to) take into account
• (to) take into consideration
• (to) take account of
v. phr.
To remember and understand while judging someone or something; consider.

How much time will we need to get to the lake? You have to take the bad road into account.

His acting in the play was remarkable, taking into account his youth and inexperience.

Syn.: reckon with Contrast: leave out of account
••
to include as one of the important factors or things connected with a question, calculation or situation (also to take account of)

Словарь американских идиом. — СПб., Изд-во "Лань". . 1997.

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