One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I've jotted down a few details’
write down, note down, make a note of, take down, set down, put down, put on paper, mark down
log, record, list, register, enter
1‘they have not produced a jot of evidence’
iota, scrap, shred, whit, grain, crumb, ounce, little bit, bit, tiniest bit, jot or tittle, fraction, speck, atom, particle, scintilla, trace, hint, mite
rap, hoot, fig
informal smidgen, smidge, tad, damn, tinker's cuss, monkey's
NZ Australian informal skerrick
archaic scantling, scruple, smitch
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