Translation of note in Spanish:
- 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (record, reminder) nota (feminine) to make a note of sth anotar or apuntar algo she made a mental note of it tomó nota de ello mentalmente to make notes hacer* anotaciones to take notes tomar apuntes or notas lecture notes apuntes (masculine plural) de clase to compare notes cambiar impresionesExample sentences1.2 (comment) nota (feminine), comentario (masculine) marginal notes anotaciones (feminine plural) or notas (feminine plural) al margen, acotaciones (feminine plural) she wrote the catalogue notes escribió el comentario del catálogo
- I was taking notes during the brief but my pen went dry midway through.
- University is not just about sitting in lectures and taking notes, then going over to the library to do essays.
- Yes, just taking notes can trigger your memory and revive all those important points.
- The typeface has been chosen well and the use of lavender print in the word headings and margin notes makes this book a delight to read and to own.
- It could be best described as a selection of readings accompanied with annotations and explanatory notes.
- Each of the plays Shaver includes, however, is thoroughly annotated with explanatory notes that will ease the introduction of these texts into the classroom.
- 2 countable/numerable 2.1 (message) nota (feminine) leave a note on the door deja una nota or un recado en la puerta 2.2 (official communication) [Politics/Política] nota (feminine), mensaje (masculine)Example sentences2.3
(promissory note)[Finance] pagaré (masculine)Example sentences
- France sent a diplomatic note to the Thai government, detailing a series of demands.
- The PNG government sent a second diplomatic note on April 7, again demanding an apology.
- Mexico's foreign minister says he sent a diplomatic note to the United States protesting the law.
- Donnie dug into his pocket and pulled out a ten-pound note and handed it over.
- Even if A pays notes and coins into an account - typically not the case - it is basic law that that money is the bank's own, to use as it wishes.
- He then pulled out a wad of $100 and $50 notes before paying the bill and leaving a $3 tip.
- I went back through to the kitchen and wrote a short note explaining what was on the disc.
- I've kept everything: his letters, little notes and the messages he would write in his books.
- You wrote a short handwritten note, which explained to me how, where and when to deliver the feedback to the external examiner.
- 3 countable/numerable 3.1 [Music/Música] nota (feminine) to end sth on a high note terminar algo por todo lo alto or a lo grande, cerrar* algo con un broche de oro 3.2 (tone) it strikes a familiar note suena conocido his remark struck a discordant note su comentario dio la nota discordante he struck just the right note dio con el tono justo there was a note of weariness in her voice su voz tenía un dejo or (Spain/España) un deje de cansancio do I detect a note of sarcasm? ¿no hay allí una pizca de sarcasmo? if I may sound a note of caution … si se me permite llamar a la precaución … the evening ended on a sad note la velada terminó con una nota triste 3.3 (element, hint) toque (masculine)Example sentences
- On a final note, the physical quality of paperbound edition I own leaves much to be desired.
- Improbably yet convincingly, the film ends on an optimistic note.
- With his eye already on the future, and in particular on next year's World Cup, it was no surprise though to hear Woodward hit an optimistic note.
- Students will need to be able to play blocked seventh chords in one hand while playing single notes in the other hand, and read treble and bass clefs.
- Some singers astonished the judges with their amazing control over their voice as they got tested in the nuances of musical notes in various ragas.
- When a bow is drawn across a string, the result might be a musical note at the desired pitch, but on the other hand it might be an undesirable whistle, screech or graunch.
- All this talk that one shouldn't change a single note in a score is nonsense.
- Beneath the portraits and guitars is a rose of musical notes, symbolizing Elvis' lifelong love of music.
- For a 14-year-old, just looking at the swirling and overlapping musical notes was daunting.
- Roman and italic type started to be used together in the same line at the same time black notes began to accompany white notes on the piano, both products of the same Baroque mindset.
- It has also set a pattern before us of five black and seven white notes not to be argued with.
- Chapters cover finding notes on the piano, hand positioning and an introduction to rhythm and musical notation.
- 4 countable/numerable( (especially British English/especialmente inglés británico) (banknote))billete (masculine) a 10 pound note un billete de 10 libras
- 5 uncountable/no numerable 5.1 (importance, interest) a surgeon of note un cirujano de renombre, un eminente cirujano nothing of (any) note came of their research su investigación no produjo resultados de particular interés nothing worthy of note nada digno de mención 5.2 (attention) take note of what he says toma nota de or presta atención a lo que dice I shall take full note of your objections tendré muy en cuenta sus objeciones
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (observe, notice) I have noted your objections he tomado (debida) nota de sus objeciones note the red markings on its head fíjense en or observen las manchas rojas de la cabeza to note
thatobservar or notar quewill customers kindly note that smoking is not permitted se les recuerda a los señores clientes que está prohibido fumar 1.2 (record) [information/details] anotar, apuntar we asked for the decision to be noted in the minutes pedimos que la decisión constara en acta
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