note

[ noht ]
/ noʊt /

noun

verb (used with object), not·ed, not·ing.

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Idioms for note

    compare notes, to exchange views, ideas, or impressions: The returning tourists were sitting on the sun deck comparing notes.

Origin of note

1175–1225; (noun) Middle English (< Old French) < Medieval Latin nota sign for musical tone, Latin: mark, sign, lettering; (v.) Middle English noten < Old French noter to mark < Latin notāre, derivative of the noun

synonym study for note

3. See remark.

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British Dictionary definitions for noting

note
/ (nəʊt) /

noun

verb (tr; may take a clause as object)

See also notes

Derived forms of note

noteless, adjective

Word Origin for note

C13: via Old French from Latin nota sign, indication
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Idioms and Phrases with noting

note

see bread and butter letter (note); compare notes; make a note of; of note; strike the right note; take note; take notes.

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