Definition of dotted note in English:

dotted note

Line breaks: dot¦ted note


  • A note written with a dot after it, which has one and a half times the length of the same note without a dot.
    More example sentences
    • The program also does not yet support dotted notes, which use a notation convention to show that a note should last half again as long.
    • Clicking on it changes it to triple, and another click changes it to dotted note.
    • This is because the beat is worth a dotted note.

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