Lengua inglesa
note pronunciación
1 (often notes) a brief written record made for later reference took a note of the number .
2 a short informal letter a note of thanks .
3 (often in compounds ) a brief comment explaining a textual point, etc a footnote endnote .
4 a short account or essay.
5 a a banknote;
b a promissory note.
6 especially in diplomacy: a formal communication.
7 attention; notice buildings worthy of note .
8 distinction; eminence women of note .
9 music
a a written symbol indicating the pitch and length of a musical sound;
b the sound itself;
c a key on a keyboard instrument.
10 esp poetic the call or cry of a bird or animal.
11 an impression conveyed; feeling; mood with a note of panic in her voice .
verb (noted , noting )
1 (also note something down) to write it down.
2 to notice something; to be aware of it.
3 to pay close attention to something.
4 to mention or to remark upon something.
5 music to write down (music) in notes.
6 to annotate something.
[14c: from Latin nota a mark or sign]
noted adjective
1 famous; eminent a noted surgeon noted for his use of colour .
2 notorious.
notedly adverb .
noteless adjective .
compare notes to exchange ideas and opinions, especially about a particular person, event or thing.
of note
1 well-known; distinguished.
2 significant; worthy of attention.
strike a false note to act or speak inappropriately.
strike the right note to act or speak appropriately.
take note (often take note of something) to observe it carefully, to pay attention to it.

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