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N-COUNT 便条;便笺 A note is a short letter.
Stevens wrote him a note asking him to come to his apartment...
I'll have to leave a note for Karen.
N-COUNT 记录;笔记 A note is something that you write down to remind yourself of something.
I knew that if I didn't make a note I would lose the thought so I asked to borrow a pen or pencil...
Take notes during the consultation as the final written report is very concise.
N-COUNT (书或文章的)按语，注释，说明 In a book or article, a note is a short piece of additional information.
See Note 16 on p. 223.
...'Exiles' by James Joyce, edited with an Introduction and notes by J C C Mays.
N-COUNT 票据;单据;证明书 A note is a short document that has to be signed by someone and that gives official information about something.
Since Mr Bennett was going to need some time off work, he asked for a sick note...
I've got half a ton of gravel in the lorry but he won't sign my delivery note.
N-COUNT 纸币;钞票 You can refer to a banknote as a note .
They exchange traveller's cheques at a different rate from notes.
...a five pound note.
N-COUNT 音符 In music, a note is the sound of a particular pitch, or a written symbol representing this sound.
She has a deep voice and doesn't even try for the high notes...
If the note of D is sounded on a harp, all the corresponding D strings of other octaves will likewise resonate.
N-SING (说话的)声调，语气 You can use note to refer to a particular quality in someone's voice that shows how they are feeling.
There is an unmistakable note of nostalgia in his voice when he looks back on the early years of the family business...
It was not difficult for him to catch the note of bitterness in my voice.
N-SING 调子;感觉;印象;气氛 You can use note to refer to a particular feeling, impression, or atmosphere.
Yesterday's testimony began on a note of passionate but civilized disagreement...
Somehow he tells these stories without a note of horror...
VERB 留意到;意识到 If you note a fact, you become aware of it.
The White House has noted his promise to support any attack that was designed to enforce the UN resolutions...
Suddenly, I noted that the rain had stopped...
VERB 注意;留意 If you tell someone to note something, you are drawing their attention to it.
Note the statue to Sallustio Bandini, a prominent Sienese...
Please note that there are a limited number of tickets.
VERB 强调指出;特别提到 If you note something, you mention it in order to draw people's attention to it.
The report notes that export and import volumes picked up in leading economies...
The yearbook also noted a sharp drop in reported cases of sexually transmitted disease.
VERB 记录;记下 When you note something, you write it down as a record of what has happened.
'He has had his tonsils out and has been ill, too,' she noted in her diary...
One policeman was clearly visible noting the number plates of passing cars...
PHR-RECIP 交换意见;交流情况 If you compare notes with someone on a particular subject, you talk to them and find out whether their opinion, information, or experience is the same as yours.
The women were busily comparing notes on the queen's outfit...
They exchanged greetings, compared notes on their wives and families, and finally got down to business.
PHRASE 显要的;有名的 Someone or something that is of note is important, worth mentioning, or well-known.
...politicians of note...
He has published nothing of note in the last ten years.
PHRASE 表达…的情感;带有…的印象;营造…的氛围 If someone or something strikes a particular note or sounds a particular note, they create a particular feeling, impression, or atmosphere.
Before his first round of discussions, Mr Baker sounded an optimistic note...
Plants growing out of cracks in paving strike the right note up a cottage-garden path.
PHRASE 留心;注意 If you take note of something, you pay attention to it because you think that it is important or significant.
Take note of the weather conditions...
They took note that she showed no surprise at the news of the murder.