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note  Verb
Plural: notes
  1. Translate "note" to Spanish: notar, observar, percibir, advertir
    English Synonyms of "note": notice, catch, detect, see, watch, observe, perceive, realize, twig
    Define meaning of "note": Notice or perceive. ; Observe with care or pay close attention to.
  2. She noted that someone was following her.
    Mark my words.
    Take note of this chemical reaction.

  3. Translate "note" to Spanish: apuntar, registrar, constatar
    English Synonyms of "note": jot down, note down, put in writing, write down, book down, commit to paper, make a note of, mark down, mark up
    Define meaning of "note": Make a written note of.
  4. She noted everything the teacher said that morning.

  5. Translate "note" to Spanish: notar que
    English Synonyms of "note": note that, notice, notice that


note  Noun
  1. Translate "note" to Spanish: nota, constancia, nota escrita, constancia escrita, escrito, esquela, indicación, oficio
    English Synonyms of "note": script, written note, declaratory note, written declaration, billet, written record, chit, chitty
    Define meaning of "note": A brief written record.
  2. He made a note of the appointment.

  3. Translate "note" to Spanish: nota musical, nota
    English Synonyms of "note": musical note, pitch
    Define meaning of "note": A notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound.
  4. The singer held the note too long.

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  5. Translate "note" to Spanish: anotación, apunte, acotación, acotamiento, apostilla, glosa, nota
    English Synonyms of "note": marginal note, footnote, annotation, caption, comment in writing, endnote, markup, reference mark, remarks, written comment
    Define meaning of "note": Explanatory note within a text. ; A comment or instruction (usually added).
  6. His notes were appended at the end of the article.
    He added a short notation to the address on the envelope.


  7. Translate "note" to Spanish: carta
    English Synonyms of "note": epistle, letter, kite, missive
    Define meaning of "note": A short personal letter.
  8. Drop me a line when you get there.

  9. Translate "note" to Spanish: papel moneda, billete, nota
    English Synonyms of "note": greenback, paper currency, paper money, folding cabbage, folding green, folding lettuce, folding money, bank note, cabbage
    Define meaning of "note": A piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank).
  10. He peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes.

  11. Translate "note" to Spanish: comentario, opinión incidental
    English Synonyms of "note": comment, commentary, observation, incidental observation, incidental remark, remark, bringdown, obiter dictum
    Define meaning of "note": A written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material. ; A statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief.


  12. Translate "note" to Spanish: obligación, promesa de pago
    English Synonyms of "note": promissory note, IOU, promise to pay, due bill, written instrument setting forth terms of agreement by which one is bound
    Define meaning of "note": Instrument for the payment of money. ; A promise to pay a specified amount on demand or at a certain time.

  13. Translate "note" to Spanish: nota
    English Synonyms of "note": grade, score, marking
    Define meaning of "note": A number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance).

  14. Translate "note" to Spanish: nota de crédito
    English Synonyms of "note": credit, credit note, credit advice, credit memorandum
    Define meaning of "note": An accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items.


note  Interjection
  1. Translate "note" to Spanish: nota

Verb Conjugation for "note"
Gerund: noting

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Conceptually-related expressions of "note"
acceleration note
accented note
accommodation note
accounting note
advance note
advice note
air consignment note
anonymous note
as a side note
audible beat note
audible interfereing beat note
author's note
average value per note
background note
balloon note
bank note
bank note issue
banker's note
be important to note
be important to note that
bearer mortgage note
bearer note
beat note
biographical note
black note
blue note
bond anticipation note
bond note
box-note
C-note
capital note
capped floating rate note
case note
cognovit note
collateral note
collateral trust note
consignment note
convertible floating rate note
counterfeit note
cover note
covering note
credit note
crib note
currency note
dandy note
date of the note
debit note
declaratory note
declare upon a note
dedicatory note
delivery note
demand note
demand upon a note
deposit note
discount note
discount note receivable
discounting a note payable
dispatch note
doctor's note
documents of note
dollar note
domiciled note
dominant note
editor's note
eighth note
emphasized note
encash a promissory note
end note
endorsement of a note
equipment-trust note
explanatory note
extend a note
face of a note
false note
final note
five-case note
five-pound note
flat note
floating-rate note
foot note
fourth note
freight note
government note
grace note
grantor underwritten note
half note
have just received a note from
hell of a note
high C note
high denomination note
high-pitch note
hotel note
inland waterway consignment note
installment on mortgage note payable
interest-bearing note
introductory note
jerque note
joint and several note
joint note
joint promissory note
judgment note
just as a brief note
Kessai H. Note
large note
leading note
leave a note
legal note
letter granting extension of a note
liner note
little note
long-term note
low denomination note
make a note of
make a note of it
maker of a promissory note
margin note
marginal note
mash note
measures taken to protest a note
money note
monopoly of bank-note issue
mortgage bond and note
mortgage note
mortgage note payable
musical instrument having two strings to each note
musical note
musical tone of a note
natural note
negotiable note
nominative note
non-interest-bearing note
nonnegotiable note
obituary note
object of note
official note
on a different note
outstanding note
passing note
passive note
past due note
pay a note
pay off a note
perpetual floating rate note
person of note
Post-it note
postal note
pound note
premium note
promissory note
protest of a note
quarter note
renewal of a note
revenue anticipation note
sale-note
scrawl a note
script note
secured note
several note
sharp note
short-term government note
shorthand note
sick note
side note
sight note
sixteenth note
sixty-fourth note
steps taken to protest a note
stock note
strike a discordant note
strike a high note
strike the right note
suicide note
T-note
take due note
take note
take note of
take note that
tax anticipation note
tax note
ten-pound note
thank-you note
thirty-second note
time note
title retaining note
top note
trade note
transmit a diplomatic note
Treasury note
twelve-note
unconditionally guaranteed note
unsecured note
unsecured short-term note payable
value of a note
variable-rate demand note
verbal note
weight note
white note
whole note
windup note
without much note
worthy of note
write a dedication note on
written note
wrong musical note
wrong note
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