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Translation of "note" - English-Turkish dictionary

note

verb [T]     /nəʊt/
NOTICE B1 to notice something dikkat etmek, fark etmek She noted a distinct chill in the air. [+ (that)] We noted that their idea had never been tried.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
SAY OR WRITE to say or write something söylemek veya yazmak In the article, she notes several cases of medical incompetence.Writing and typingSaying and utteringSaying again
Translations of “note”
in Arabic يُلاحِظ…
in Korean -에 주목하다…
in Malaysian mengambil perhatian…
in French remarquer…
in Italian notare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 留意,注意, 談到, 論及…
in Russian замечать, отмечать, упоминать…
in Polish zauważać, zwracać uwagę na, wymieniać…
in Vietnamese ghi nhớ…
in Spanish notar, advertir…
in Portuguese notar…
in Thai สังเกต…
in German bemerken…
in Catalan notar, sentir…
in Japanese ~に気づく…
in Indonesian memperhatikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 留意,注意, 谈到, 论及…
(Definition of note verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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