- a pad of notepaper ⇒
Have a pencil and notepad ready. ⇒
She scribbled something in her notepad. ⇒
We always keep a note pad by the phone.
- (computing) a basic text-editing program usable with Windows
Translations for 'notepad'
- British English: notepad A notepad is a pad of paper that you use for writing notes or letters on.Have a pencil and notepad ready.ˈnəʊtˌpæd NOUN
- Arabic: مُذَكَرَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bloco de anotações
- Chinese: 记事本
- Croatian: notes
- Czech: poznámkový blok
- Danish: notesblok
- Dutch: notitieboekje
- European Spanish: bloc de notas
- Finnish: lehtiö
- French: bloc-notes
- German: Notizblock Notizblöcke
- Greek: καρνέ
- Italian: blocchetto per appunti
- Japanese: メモパッド
- Korean: 메모장
- Norwegian: notatblokk
- Polish: notatnik ekranowy
- Portuguese: bloco de notas
- Romanian: carnețel carnețele
- Russian: блокнот
- Spanish: bloc de notas
- Swedish: anteckningsblock
- Thai: กระดาษจดบันทึก
- Turkish: not defteri
- Ukrainian: блокнот
- Vietnamese: tập giấy ghi chép
Example Sentences Including 'notepad'
' With that, he glances out through his open front door, as if anticipating the arrival of Daldry, armed with a director's notepad.
The Australian (2004)
Advocaat added: "When I have to go to the toilet, I always have my notepad with me.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
In a lined notepad , a Canadian immigration officer wrote: "can't be married at same time... divorce one?
It means that you must arrive at appointments not just with a notepad but a pickaxe.
India Today (1997)
Picking up a pencil he began to doodle pictures on a notepad , his head bent over the desk.
Sean Lennon, 26, sat in the front row of the court alongside the courtroom artists, holding a notepad in which he sometimes scribbled.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The Superintendent himself took a note of the point on the notepad in front of him.
A Death in Time
The doctor pulled a notepad towards him and started writing.
JANEY AND ME: Growing up with my Mother (2003)
There was an A4 notepad on the desk, with a green pencil beside it.
A Death in Time
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