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note verb

ADV. carefully | in passing He noted in passing that the government's record on unemployment was not very good. | duly Her lapse was duly noted by the stage manager and reported to the director. | above, already, earlier, previously These policies, as noted above, are not always successful. | approvingly | ruefully

VERB + NOTE should Visitors should note that the tower is not open to the public. | be important to | be interesting to | be pleased to I was pleased to note that my name had been spelt correctly for once.

PHRASES be worth noting There are a few points here that are worth noting. | it must/should be noted that … , a point to note There are two other points to note from this graph.