Synonyms of 'note'
1 messageDictionary, letter, communicationStevens wrote him a note asking him to come to his apartment.
2 recordDictionary, reminder, memoI made a note of his address.
3 annotationDictionary, comment, remarkSee note 16 on page 223.
4 documentDictionary, form, recordIn the eyes of the law, signing a delivery note is seen as `accepting' the goods.
5 symbolDictionary, mark, signHe has never been able to read or transcribe musical notes.
I frequently use sunflowers as symbols of strength.
Shopkeepers closed their shutters as a mark of respect.
His face and movements rarely betrayed any sign of nerves.
He gave no indication that he was ready to compromise.
He sent her a gift as a token of his appreciation.
6 toneDictionary, touch, traceI detected a note of bitterness in his voice.
1 noticeDictionary, see, observeSuddenly I noted that the rain had stopped.
2 bear in mindDictionary, be aware, take into accountPlease note that there are a limited number of tickets.
bear in mind
take into account
3 mentionDictionary, record, markThe report noted a sharp drop in cases of sexually transmitted diseases.
The test records the electrical activity of the brain.
The announcement marks the end of an extraordinary period.
The gauge indicated that it was boiling.
Many people registered no symptoms when they became infected.
Everyone has remarked what a lovely lady she is.
Red eyes denote strain and fatigue.
Musical notes and rests
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A certificate is an official document stating that particular facts are true.
a certificate of adoption
He had added a few comments in the margin.
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Thesaurus for note from the Collins English Thesaurus
A note is a short letter.