notate
transitive verb (notated; notating) Etymology: back-formation from notation Date: 1903 to put into notation

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Notate — No tate, a. [L. notatus marked, p. p. of notare to mark. See 5th {Note}.] (Bot.) Marked with spots or lines, which are often colored. Henslow. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • notate — [nō′tāt΄] vt. notated, notating to write or record (esp. music) in notation * * * no·tate (nōʹtāt) tr.v. no·tat·ed, no·tat·ing, no·tates To put into notation.   [Back formation from notation.] * * * …   Universalium

  • notate — (v.) 1922, from L. notatus, pp. of notare (see NOTE (Cf. note) (v.)). Related: Notated; notating …   Etymology dictionary

  • notate — [nō′tāt΄] vt. notated, notating to write or record (esp. music) in notation …   English World dictionary

  • notate — notation ► NOUN 1) a system of written symbols used to represent numbers, amounts, or elements in a field such as music or mathematics. 2) a note or annotation. DERIVATIVES notate verb notational adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • notate — adj. [L. nota, mark] Marked by spots or depressed marks …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • notate — verb a) To mark with spots or lines, which are often colored. b) To add notes to; to annotate …   Wiktionary

  • notate — Synonyms and related words: catch a likeness, character, characterize, chart, delineate, depict, diagram, draw, hit off, limn, map, paint, picture, picturize, portray, print, register, render, represent, rub, schematize, symbolize, take a rubbing …   Moby Thesaurus

  • notate — nəʊ teɪt v. mark; make notation, annotate; write musical notes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • notate — no·tate …   English syllables

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