Definition of jotter in English:

jotter

Line breaks: jot¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɒtə
 
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noun

British
A small pad or notebook used for notes or jottings.
More example sentences
  • Dressed in black, and feverishly scribbling notes in leather-bound jotters, it was hard not to notice him at lectures and tutorials.
  • A teacher from his school quickly came forward and raised concerns about the alarming writings in his jotter.
  • Aside from a few photo albums, several DVDs and CDs, a couple dozen books, and what was the equivalent to a drawer full of notepads, journals, and jotters, I had very few other notable possessions to put in my room.

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