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A state of being important enough to be noticed
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“Of the issues raised, only one is worthy of note.”
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A brief record of points or ideas written down as an aid to memory
“She made a quick note of the company's address and contact number.”
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An official or legal written communication
“I've just received a note from the tax office about some overdue fees.”
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A critical comment or explanation in a book
“Use the left-over blank space for a title or a note of explanation.”
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A short informal letter or written message
“I just wanted to write a short note to let you know how thrilling it was to finally meet you.”
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A banknote
“Richard dug into his pocket, pulled out a ten-dollar note and handed it over.”
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An opinion or the state of being regarded in a particular way
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“Kanye was a rapper of considerable note.”
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A distinguishing quality or attribute
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“This adds an optimistic note to the story of architectural research.”
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A special tone or impression associated with something
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“The metal fretwork underlays add a subtle but important note of classiness to this entire collection.”
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A brief record of points or ideas written down as an aid to memory
“You may be asked to take notes of the meeting.”
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A typical or natural sound made by a given species
“Are you able to distinguish between the notes of a whippoorwill and a mockingbird?”
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A document or label listing the contents of a consignment or package
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A thing serving as a visible or tangible representation of a fact, quality, feeling, etc
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A trace or hint of something
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(archaic) Having an aristocratic status
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A collection of documents about a particular person, event, or subject
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A version or narrative of events or facts
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The state or condition of being useful
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The process of knowing
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A source of information cited in a book or article
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A statement based on something one has seen, heard, or noticed
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A musical note or sound used as a signal on a communications device (such as a telephone)
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A departure from the subject, course, or idea at hand
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Provision in document
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A small document, included with an employee's wage or salary, giving details of money earned and tax and insurance paid
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A loud, inarticulate shout or scream expressing a powerful feeling or emotion
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A small piece of paper, typically a form for writing on or one giving printed information
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Very brief broadcast statement
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Written promise to pay
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Aide-mémoire
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Money in coins or notes, as distinct from cheques, money orders, or credit
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A sum of money that is owed or due
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The highness or lowness of a tone or musical note in relation to others
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An arrangement, usually official or formal, about action to be taken
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To note or record in writing
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“The clerk would expeditiously note each detail as they were presented.”
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To make a note of visually
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Note, in particular, the subtle textures created by the artist's deft brushwork.”
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To take heed of and be guided by
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“Please note that the deadline for competition entries is tomorrow.”
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To mention as an example or reference
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“Von Berg does note a continental divide in response to his controversial photographs.”
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To make a statement of opinion
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“I'd like to note that Sam has been incredibly helpful during the entire process.”
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To be aware
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To mark, highlight or indicate something
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To be aware of the meaning of
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To arrange or organize a scheduled event
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To examine, investigate, or make an inquiry into
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(with object) To say something in order to convey information or to express a feeling
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To add annotation to
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To accept or admit the existence or truth of
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To cause one to experience a memory (of someone or something)
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To establish a fact to be true
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To be a sign or indication of
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To sing, speak or move in a trembling manner
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