1) to make a note of (she made a note of the exact time)

2) to take note of

short letter
official letter

3) to compose, write a note

4) to address; deliver a note

5) to drop, send smb. a note

6) a diplomatic; protest note

7) a note from; to

musical tone

8) to hit, strike a note (she hit the high note beautifully)

9) a false note (also fig.)

10) a high; low note

11) (AE) an eighth; half; quarter; whole note

characteristic feature

12) to strike a note (to strike a sour note)

13) a discordant; false; festive; fresh; jarring; optimistic; personal; pessimistic; sour; triumphant note

14) on a note (the meeting ended on an optimistic note)

document relating to a debt

15) to discount a note

16) a demand; promissory; treasury note

17) a note matures

paper money

18) a banknote; pound note


1) (L) we noted that she was late again

2) (Q) note how it is done

* * *
deliver a note
low note
pound note
protest note
send smb. a note
treasury note
triumphant note
whole note
write a note
strike a note (she hit the high note beautifully)
(AE) an eighth
(L) we noted that she was late again
(Q) note how it is done
['document relating to a debt'] to discount a note
['musical tone'] to hit
['paper money'] a banknote
['short letter'] ['official letter'] to compose
a demand
a diplomatic
a discordant
a high
a note from
a note matures
to address
to drop
to take note of
a false note (also fig.)
['memorandum'] ['record'] to make a note of (she made a note of the exact time)
on a note (the meeting ended on an optimistic note)
['characteristic feature'] to strike a note (to strike a sour note)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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