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I sent a note to Jane thanking her for the meal.
There’s a note from Dad on the table.
I’ve written him a note asking him to meet me tonight.
We left them a note saying dinner was in the fridge.
I wasn’t there – can I borrow your notes?
It’ll help you later if you take notes.
She had listened carefully and taken copious notes.
See if you can sing this note.
He played a few notes on the piano.
His presidency began on an optimistic note.
I’d like to end the discussion on a more cheerful note.
There’s nothing of note in his report.
Several writers of note will be at the conference.
Although developments are generally good some cautionary notes should be sounded.
He has struck the right note by praising their work.
When the people speak with such passion, politicians should take note.
I took note of what she said.
The following points are worthy of note.
It is worthy of note that these systems are used worldwide.
This is the British English definition of note. View American English definition of note.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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