English Thesaurus
(verb) 
Definition
to write a brief note of
Listen carefully to the instructions and jot them down.
Synonyms
note down
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record
In her letters she records the domestic and social details of life in China.
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list
The students were asked to list their favourite sports.
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note
A police officer was noting the number plates of passing cars.
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register
Have you come to register at the school?
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scribble
As I scribbled a note in my diary the light went off.
(noun) 
Definition
the least bit
It doesn't affect my judgement one jot.
Synonyms
bit
a bit of cake
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scrap
a fire fuelled by scraps of wood
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grain
a grain of sand
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particle
Particles of food can get stuck between the teeth.
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atom
one carbon atom attached to four hydrogens
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tad (informal)
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speck
He leaned forward and brushed a speck of dust off his shoes.
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morsel
a delicious little morsel of meat
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whit
It does not make one whit of difference what we do.
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iota
Our credit standards have not changed one iota.
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scintilla
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smidgen or smidgin (informal)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of atom
Definition
a very small amount
one carbon atom attached to four hydrogens
in the sense of grain
Definition
a very small amount
a grain of sand
in the sense of iota
Definition
a very small amount
Our credit standards have not changed one iota.
Synonyms
bit,
jot,
scintilla (rare)

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