Definition of notation
notationalplay \nō-ˈtā-shnəl, -shə-nəl\ adjective
Examples of notation in a Sentence
a mathematical notation for computer programming
he had scribbled his notation so quickly I couldn't read it
Recent Examples of notation from the Web
The number of individuals with a new foreclosure notation on their credit reports hit the lowest level in 18 years of data.
Sylvan parks are a Fragonard specialty, peopled by little figures whose high fashion and high spirits register in quick notation.
The letter signing was organized by, among others, Eliot A. Cohen, a prominent historian and former senior aide to Condoleezza Rice, and a notation at the end of the letter urges other Republicans to sign.
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Origin and Etymology of notation
Latin notation-, notatio, from notare to note
First Known Use: 1584
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Definition of notation for English Language Learners
: a system of marks, signs, figures, or characters that is used to represent information
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