Synonyms of note in English:

note

noun

  • 1 a note in her diary
    record, entry, item, notation, jotting, memorandum, reminder, aide-mémoire
    informal memo
  • 2 (notes) his notes were read at the next meeting
    minutes, records, details;
    report, account, commentary, transcript, proceedings, transactions;
    synopsis, summary, outline
  • 3 notes in the margins
    annotation, footnote, commentary, comment;
    marginalia, exegesis
  • 4 he dropped me a note
    message, communication, letter, line
    formal epistle, missive
  • 5 this note is legal tender
  • 6 this is worthy of note
    attention, consideration, notice, heed, observation, regard
  • 7 a composer of note
    distinction, importance, eminence, prestige, fame, celebrity, acclaim, renown, repute, stature, standing, consequence, account
  • 8 a note of hopelessness in her voice
    tone, intonation, inflection, sound;
    hint, indication, sign, element, suggestion
  • verb

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  • 1 we will note your suggestion
    bear in mind, be mindful of, consider, observe, heed, take notice of, pay attention to, take in
  • 2 the letter noted the ministers' concern
    mention, refer to, touch on, indicate, point out, make known, state
  • 3 note the date in your diary
    write down, put down, jot down, take down, inscribe, enter, mark, record, register, pencil (in)
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