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Translation of "note" - English-Turkish dictionary

note

noun     /nəʊt/
LETTER [C] A1 a short letter not, pusula He left a note on her desk. Did you get my note?Letters, notes and cardsPaper and stationery
INFORMATION [C] A2 words that you write down to help you remember something not She studied her notes before the exam. Let me make a note of (= write) your phone number. The doctor took notes (= wrote information) while I described my symptoms.Letters, notes and cardsPaper and stationeryPieces of writing
EXPLANATION [C] a short explanation or an extra piece of information that is given at the bottom of a page or at the back of a book not, dipnot See note 3, page 37.Letters, notes and cardsPaper and stationeryPieces of writing
FEELING [no plural] a particular feeling or mood his, ruhsal durum, hava, atmosfer a sad/serious/positive note His speech had just the right note of sympathy.Feelings - general words
MUSIC [C] a single musical sound or the symbol that represents it nota Notes of the musical scale
MONEY [C] UK ( US bill) B1 a piece of paper money kağıt para, banknot a ten-pound noteForms of money and methods of payment
take note (of sth) to pay careful attention to something önemsemek, bütün dikkatini vermek Make sure you take note of what she says.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
sb/sth of note formal someone or something famous or important meşhur, önemli kimse/şey A medieval church is the only monument of note in the town.ImportanceUseful or advantageous
(Definition of note noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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