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note
British English: /nəʊt/
American English: /noʊt/

Translation of note in German:

noun

  • 1 (Music) (sign)
    Note, die
    (key of piano)
    Taste, die
    (single sound)
    Ton, der
    (bird's song)
    Gesang, der
    strike a false note
    unangebracht sein
    strike the right note (Sprecher, Redner, Brief)
    den richtigen Ton treffen
    hit the wrong note
    einen falschen Ton anschlagen
  • 2
    (tone of expression)
    [Unter]ton, der
    note of discord note of caution/anger
    warnender/ärgerlicher [Unter]ton
    sound a note of caution
    eine Warnung aussprechen
    on a note of optimism, on an optimistic note
    in optimistischem Ton
    his voice had a peevish note
    seine Stimme klang gereizt
    a festive note, a note of festivity
    eine festliche Note
  • 3
    (jotting)
    Notiz, die
    take or make notes
    sich Dat. Notizen machen
    take or make a note of something
    sich Dat. etwas notieren
    speak without notes
  • 4
    (annotation, footnote)
    author's note
    Anmerkung des Verfassers
  • 6
    (in diplomacy)
    Note, die
  • 7 (Finance)note [of hand] £10 note
    Zehn-Pfund-Schein, der
  • 8no pl., no art.
    (importance)
    person/something of note
    bedeutende Persönlichkeit/etwas Bedeutendes
    nothing of note be of note
    bedeutend sein
  • 9no pl., no art.
    (attention)
    worthy of note take note of something (heed)
    einer Sache Dat. Beachtung schenken
    (notice)
    etwas zur Kenntnis nehmen

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