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note

Definitions by Oxford


[nəʊt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a brief record of points or ideas written down as an aid to memory
(e.g: I'll make a note in my diary)

- a short informal letter or written message
(e.g: I left her a note explaining where I was going)

- a banknote
(e.g: a ten-pound note)

- a single tone of definite pitch made by a musical instrument or the human voice
(e.g: the last notes of the symphony died away)

- a particular quality or tone that reflects or expresses a mood or attitude
(e.g: there was a note of scorn in her voice)


Phrases:
- hit a false note
- hit the right note
- hit the wrong note
- of note
- sound a note of
- take note

Origin:
Middle English (in note (sense 4 of the noun) and note (sense 1 of the verb)): from Old French note (noun), noter (verb), from Latin nota ‘a mark’, notare ‘to mark’


[nəʊt], (Verb)

Definitions:
- notice or pay particular attention to (something)
(e.g: he noted his mother's unusual gaiety)

- record (something) in writing
(e.g: he noted down her address on a piece of paper)


Phrases:
- hit a false note
- hit the right note
- hit the wrong note
- of note
- sound a note of
- take note

Origin:







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