English

Detailed Synonyms for noted in English

noted:

noted adj

  1. noted
  2. noted
  3. noted
    – worthy of notice or attention 1
    noted
    – worthy of notice or attention 1
    • noted adj
      • a noted increase in the crime rate1
  4. noted
    – widely known and esteemed 1
    renowned; famous; notable; noted; celebrated; illustrious; far-famed; famed
    – widely known and esteemed 1

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Related Definitions for "noted":

  1. worthy of notice or attention1
    • a noted increase in the crime rate1
  2. widely known and esteemed1

noted form of note:

to note verb (notes, noted, noting)

  1. to note
    to register; to book; to record; to note; to write down; to note down; to inscribe; to list; to enter into
    • register verb (registers, registered, registering)
    • book verb (books, booked, booking)
    • record verb (records, recorded, recording)
    • note verb (notes, noted, noting)
    • write down verb (writes down, wrote down, writing down)
    • note down verb (notes down, noted down, noting down)
    • inscribe verb (inscribes, inscribed, inscribing)
    • list verb (lists, listed, listing)
    • enter into verb (enters into, entered into, entering into)
  2. to note
    – make mention of 1
    to mention; to note; to remark; to observe
    – make mention of 1
    • mention verb (mentions, mentioned, mentioning)
    • note verb (notes, noted, noting)
      • They noted that it was a fine day to go sailing1
    • remark verb (remarks, remarked, remarking)
    • observe verb (observes, observed, observing)
      • She observed that his presentation took up too much time1
  3. to note
    – make a written note of 1
    to note; to take down
    – make a written note of 1
    • note verb (notes, noted, noting)
      • she noted everything the teacher said that morning1
    • take down verb (takes down, took down, taking down)
  4. to note
    – notice or perceive 1
    to notice; to note; to mark
    – notice or perceive 1
    • notice verb (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • note verb (notes, noted, noting)
      • She noted that someone was following her1
    • mark verb (marks, marked, marking)
      • mark my words1
  5. to note
    – observe with care or pay close attention to 1
    to note; to observe; take note
    – observe with care or pay close attention to 1
    • note verb (notes, noted, noting)
      • Take note of this chemical reaction1
    • observe verb (observes, observed, observing)
    • take note verb

Conjugations for note:

present
  1. note
  2. note
  3. notes
  4. note
  5. note
  6. note
simple past
  1. noted
  2. noted
  3. noted
  4. noted
  5. noted
  6. noted
present perfect
  1. have noted
  2. have noted
  3. has noted
  4. have noted
  5. have noted
  6. have noted
past continuous
  1. was noting
  2. were noting
  3. was noting
  4. were noting
  5. were noting
  6. were noting
future
  1. shall note
  2. will note
  3. will note
  4. shall note
  5. will note
  6. will note
continuous present
  1. am noting
  2. are noting
  3. is noting
  4. are noting
  5. are noting
  6. are noting
subjunctive
  1. be noted
  2. be noted
  3. be noted
  4. be noted
  5. be noted
  6. be noted
diverse
  1. note!
  2. let's note!
  3. noted
  4. noting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

note [the ~] noun

  1. the note
    the annotation; the note; the scribble; the scrawl; the statement; the report; the mentioning
  2. the note
    the note; the report
  3. the note
    the note; the scribble; the scrawl; the scribbling; the chit; the slip of paper; the short letter
  4. the note
    the musical note; the tone; the note
  5. the note
    the intonation; the tone; the sound; the pitch; the timbre; the note; the timber
  6. the note
    the certificate; the note
  7. the note
    the banknote; the paper money; the note; the folding money
  8. the note
    the scribble; the scribbling; the note; the scrawl
  9. the note
    the timbre; the pitch; the tone; the tone colour; the sound; the intonation; the note; the timber
  10. the note
    – a characteristic emotional quality 1
    the note
    – a characteristic emotional quality 1
    • note [the ~] noun
      • it ended on a sour note1
      • there was a note of gaiety in her manner1
      • he detected a note of sarcasm1
  11. the note
    – a brief written record 1
    the note
    – a brief written record 1
    • note [the ~] noun
      • he made a note of the appointment1
  12. the note
    – a short personal letter 1
    the note; the line; the billet; the short letter
    – a short personal letter 1
  13. the note
    – a comment or instruction (usually added) 1
    the note; the annotation; the notation
    – a comment or instruction (usually added) 1
    • note [the ~] noun
      • his notes were appended at the end of the article1
    • annotation [the ~] noun
    • notation [the ~] noun
      • he added a short notation to the address on the envelope1
  14. the note
    – a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound 1
    the note; the tone; the musical note
    – a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound 1
  15. the note
    – a tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling 1
    the note
    – a tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling 1
    • note [the ~] noun
      • there was a note of uncertainty in his voice1
  16. the note
    – a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank) 1
    the note; the bill; the banknote; the Federal Reserve note; the greenback; the banker's bill; the bank bill; the government note; the bank note
    – a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank) 1
  17. the note
    – a promise to pay a specified amount on demand or at a certain time 1
    the note; the promissory note; the note of hand
    – a promise to pay a specified amount on demand or at a certain time 1
  18. the note
    – high status importance owing to marked superiority 1
    the distinction; the note; the eminence; the preeminence
    – high status importance owing to marked superiority 1
  19. the note
    – Additional information for the customer that should be informative but not essential to the task. 2
    the note
    – Additional information for the customer that should be informative but not essential to the task. 2
  20. the note
    – An Outlook item that can be attached to a record's history log. Typically a note contains information regarding a conversation with a customer or other people in the company they work for. 2
    the note; the business note
    – An Outlook item that can be attached to a record's history log. Typically a note contains information regarding a conversation with a customer or other people in the company they work for. 2
  21. the note
    – Text entered by the user that is displayed to contacts. 2
    the note
    – Text entered by the user that is displayed to contacts. 2

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Related Definitions for "note":

  1. a characteristic emotional quality1
    • it ended on a sour note1
    • there was a note of gaiety in her manner1
    • he detected a note of sarcasm1
  2. a brief written record1
    • he made a note of the appointment1
  3. a short personal letter1
  4. a comment or instruction (usually added)1
    • his notes were appended at the end of the article1
  5. a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound1
    • the singer held the note too long1
  6. a tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling1
    • there was a note of uncertainty in his voice1
  7. a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank)1
    • he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes1
  8. a promise to pay a specified amount on demand or at a certain time1
    • I had to co-sign his note at the bank1
  9. high status importance owing to marked superiority1
  10. make mention of1
    • They noted that it was a fine day to go sailing1
  11. make a written note of1
    • she noted everything the teacher said that morning1
  12. notice or perceive1
    • She noted that someone was following her1
  13. observe with care or pay close attention to1
    • Take note of this chemical reaction1
  14. Additional information for the customer that should be informative but not essential to the task.2
  15. An Outlook item that can be attached to a record's history log. Typically a note contains information regarding a conversation with a customer or other people in the company they work for.2
  16. Text entered by the user that is displayed to contacts.2