Thesaurus

note

verb

Definition of NOTE

1
to make a statement of one's opinion <I'd like to note that I don't care for that tone of voice>
2
to make a written note of <a waitress hurriedly noting our orders>
3
to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes <note the artist's rendering of the trees, how their leaves seem to dance in the wind>
4
to make reference to or speak about briefly but specifically <the lecturer noted several sources where listeners could go for further information>
Synonyms advert (to), cite, drop, instance, name, note, notice, quote, refer (to), specify, touch (on or upon)
5
to take notice of and be guided by <please note that the office will be closed tomorrow>
Synonyms follow, listen (to), mind, note, observe, regard, watch
Related Words consider, contemplate, mull, ponder, weigh; comply (with), conform (to), keep, obey, respect; attend (to), hark (to), hear, hearken (to); mark, notice, see
Near Antonyms brush (aside or off), discount, dismiss, gloss (over), gloze (over), neglect, pass over, pooh-pooh (also pooh), scorn, shrug off; defy, flout; slight, snub

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