notate

verb
no·​tate | \ ˈnō-ˌtāt How to pronounce notate (audio) \
notated; notating

Definition of notate

Examples of notate in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web What's more, because crypto is decentralized and uses a public ledger to notate payments, there is an opportunity for a level of transparency government assistance programs do not provide. Catherine Coley, Fortune, "Why 2020 might be the year cryptocurrency goes mainstream," 24 Aug. 2020 For something free, check out Musescore, which has tons of free sheet music for various instruments and can even be used to notate and print your own music. Parker Hall, Wired, "The Best Sites, Apps, and YouTube Channels to Learn Music," 17 June 2020 Dances that are completely choreographed, designed, notated in many, many ways in different media. Belinda Luscombe, Time, "'I Can Be Daunting Because I’m Scared to Death.' Choreographer Mark Morris on Dancing and Being 'Difficult'," 19 Dec. 2019 Yacht took its entire back-catalog - which is 82 songs and 17 years of music - and notated it in MIDI, later running it through a machine learning model called a latent space interpolation model. Ilana Kaplan, Billboard, "Yacht on Redemption & Using AI to Make Their New Album: Interview," 29 Aug. 2019 That’s because choreography is carefully notated as part of the Broadway process and rarely is redone for tours. Chris Jones, chicagotribune.com, "As the musical ‘The Band’s Visit’ heads out on the road, a dilemma: Duplicate the Tony winner or create something new?," 29 Aug. 2019 One of David’s songs was notated on the back of my dress. Joelle Goldstein, PEOPLE.com, "Katharine McPhee Shows Off a Whimsical 360 View of Her Custom Zac Posen Wedding Ball Gown," 4 July 2019 Average math and reading scores are notated as compared to the district average. Kristi Nix, Houston Chronicle, "Children at Risk ranks Katy, Fort Bend ISD high schools," 1 July 2019 The Athenian Treasury, also discovered in 1893, featured a truly noteworthy find: stone blocks inscribed with the words and notated music of the Hymn to Apollo. National Geographic, "Once sacred, the Oracle at Delphi was lost for a millennium. See how it was found.," 12 Mar. 2019

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First Known Use of notate

1871, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for notate

back-formation from notation

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“Notate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/notate. Accessed 3 Dec. 2020.

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