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take note

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. note, take note, observeverb

    observe with care or pay close attention to

    "Take note of this chemical reaction"


  1. take noteverb

    To pay attention; to take notice; to note


  1. Take Note

    Take Note is a musical comedy television series created by Joan Lambur and developed by Micheal Feldman that premiered on February 24, 2022, on Peacock and on February 28, 2022 on Family Channel. In June 2021, the series was green-lit for a 10-episodes.


  1. take note

    To take note means to pay particular attention to something; to observe, record, or acknowledge something as significant or important. It can also refer to the act of literally writing down or otherwise recording information to remember or refer to later.

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  1. take note

    Read the full text of the Take Note poem by Kurt Philip Behm on the Poetry.com website.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of take note in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of take note in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of take note in a Sentence

  1. Nathan Gonzales:

    If that race completely turns around, everybody should take note.

  2. Director Christine Lagarde on Friday:

    We take note of the decision by the people of the United Kingdom, we urge the authorities in the U.K. and Europe to work collaboratively to ensure a smooth transition to a new economic relationship between the U.K. and the EU, including by clarifying the procedures and broad objectives that will guide the process.

  3. Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron:

    We take note that the Constitutional Council confirms the cap on redundancy payments is in the public interest.

  4. e:

    Be tough and resilient about your goals, targets, dreams, visions and aspirations. For, you've got to be tough and resilient as far as all of the above is concerned. But, take Note: don't be cynical and rigid. Most especially, with regard to your beliefs and outlook (your attitude to life). ~Emeasoba George.

  5. Nathan Nascimento:

    California’s taxes and regulations are crushing businesses, and there are more opportunities in Texas for people to start new companies, get good jobs, and create better lives for their families, when tax and regulatory climates are bad, people will move to better economic environments—this phenomenon isn’t a mystery, it’s how marketplaces work. Not only should other state governments take note of this, but so should the federal government.

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