Synonyms of note in English:

note


See definition of note

noun

1‘she took out her diary and made a note of the time of the meeting’

SYNONYMS

record, account, entry, item, notation, minute, jotting, inscription

memorandum, reminder, aide-memoire

informal memo

2‘he may be asked to take notes of the meeting’

SYNONYMS

minutes, records, jottings, report, account, commentary, transcript, proceedings, transactions

observations, impressions, details, data

synopsis, precis, summary, sketch, outline

informal deets

"notes"

3‘there were some notes scribbled in the margins’

SYNONYMS

annotation, footnote, commentary, comment, gloss, explanation, explication, exposition, elucidation

marginalia, exegesis

rare scholium

4‘he dropped me a note the day he left’

SYNONYMS

message, communication, letter, missive, epistle, line

email

5‘a £20 note’

SYNONYMS

banknote

North American British bill, greenback

North American British historical Treasury note

British archaic flimsy

British paper money

6‘only two developments are worthy of note’

SYNONYMS

attention, consideration, notice, heed, observation, thought, regard, care, attentiveness, mindfulness

7‘he was a composer of considerable note’

SYNONYMS

distinction, importance, eminence, pre-eminence, influence, illustriousness, greatness, prestige, fame, acclaim, celebrity, renown, repute, reputation, stature, standing, position, rank, consequence, account

8‘there was a note of hopelessness in her voice’

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tone, intonation, inflection, sound, hint, indication, sign, element, streak, strain, vein, suggestion, suspicion


verb

1‘we shall be delighted to note your suggestion’

SYNONYMS

bear in mind, be mindful of, consider, observe, take into account, take into consideration, take note of, listen to

heed, take notice of, pay attention to, take in, pay regard to, be guided by

ANTONYMS

ignore, disregard

2‘a final communiqué noted the ministers' concern’

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mention, make mention of, refer to, allude to, touch on, hint at, indicate, point out, make known, state

3‘you had better note the date in your diary’

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write down, put down, jot down, take down, set down, mark down, inscribe, enter, mark, record, register, scribble, scrawl, pencil

put in writing, put down on paper, commit to paper, put in black and white