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jot

verb [T usually + adv/prep] uk   /dʒɒt/ us    /dʒɑːt/ (-tt-)
to make a quick short note of something: Could you jot your address and phone number in my address book?
Phrasal verbs

jot

noun uk   /dʒɒt/ us    /dʒɑːt/ informal
not a/one jot not at all or not even a small amount: Don't listen to her! There's not a jot of truth (= there is no truth) in what she's saying. None of the committee's proposals will matter a jot (= they will not matter) if no one reads their report.
Traducciones de “jot”
en español pizca…
en francés brin…
en alemán der Deut…
en chino (tradicionál) 草草記下, 匆匆記下…
en ruso бегло набрасывать (записку и т. д.)…
en turco not almak, yazmak, not etmek…
en chino (simplificado) 草草记下, 匆匆记下…
en polaco naskrobać, napisać…
(Definition of jot from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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