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no·ta·ble

 (nō′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Worthy of note or notice; remarkable: notable beauty; sled dogs that are notable for their stamina.
2. Characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent: formed a commission of notable citizens. See Synonyms at famous.
3. Perceptible; noticeable: They spoke with a notable accent and were immediately recognized as foreigners.
n.
1. A person of distinction or great reputation. See Synonyms at celebrity.
2. often Notable One of a council of prominent persons in pre-Revolutionary France called into assembly to deliberate at times of emergency.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin notābilis, from notāre, to note, from nota, note; see note.]

no′ta·ble·ness n.
no′ta·bly adv.

notably

(ˈnəʊtəblɪ)
adv
particularly or especially; in a way worthy of being noted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.notably - especially; in particular; "notably in the social sciences, the professors teach too much"

notably

adverb
1. particularly, especially, in particular, principally, primarily, specially He said that other countries - notably those of Eastern Europe - were in need of assistance.

notably

adverb
To a high degree:
Informal: awful.
Chiefly Regional: mighty.
Translations
بِصورةٍ خاصَّهبِصورةٍ مَلْحوظَه
zejménaznatelně
isærpåfaldende
áberandisérstaklega
bilhassadikkat çekecek ölçüdeözellikle

notably

[ˈnəʊtəblɪ] ADV
1. (= in particular) → particularmente, en particular
several countries, notably France and Spainvarios países, particularmente or en particular Francia y España
later religions, most notably Christianityposteriores religiones, muy en particular or sobre todo el cristianismo ...
2. (= noticeably) → notablemente

notably

[ˈnəʊtəbli] adv
(= particularly) → notamment, en particulier
most notably → notamment, en particulier
(= noticeably) [higher, lower, different] → nettement
He was notably less active than his colleagues → Il était nettement moins actif que ses collègues.
Their policies were notably different from that of the coalition → Leur politique était nettement différente de celle de la coalition.
to be notably absent → briller par son absence
The British ambassador was notably absent → L'ambassadeur britannique brillait par son absence.
(= remarkably) → remarquablement

notably

adv
(= strikingly)auffallend; improved, differentbeträchtlich; to be notably absentdurch Abwesenheit glänzen; they were notably unimpressedsie zeigten sich bemerkenswert unbeeindruckt
(= in particular)hauptsächlich, insbesondere; most notablyvor allem

notably

[ˈnəʊtəblɪ] adv (noticeably) → notevolmente; (in particular) → in particolare

note

(nəut) noun
1. a piece of writing to call attention to something. He left me a note about the meeting.
2. (in plural) ideas for a speech, details from a lecture etc written down in short form. The students took notes on the professor's lecture.
3. a written or mental record. Have you kept a note of his name?
4. a short explanation. There is a note at the bottom of the page about that difficult word.
5. a short letter. She wrote a note to her friend.
6. (American bill) a piece of paper used as money; a bank-note. a five-dollar note.
7. a musical sound. The song ended on a high note.
8. a written or printed symbol representing a musical note.
9. an impression or feeling. The conference ended on a note of hope.
verb
1. (often with down) to write down. He noted (down) her telephone number in his diary.
2. to notice; to be aware of. He noted a change in her behaviour.
ˈnotable adjective
worth taking notice of; important. There were several notable people at the meeting.
ˌnotaˈbility noun
ˈnotably adverb
1. in particular. Several people offered to help, notably Mrs Brown.
2. in a noticeable way. Her behaviour was notably different from usual.
ˈnoted adjective
well-known. a noted author; This town is noted for its cathedral.
ˈnotelet (-lit) noun
a small piece of notepaper, often folded like a card and with a picture on it, used for short letters.
ˈnotebook noun
a small book in which to write notes.
ˈnotecase noun
a case for bank-notes, carried in the pocket.
ˈnotepaper noun
paper for writing letters.
ˈnoteworthy adjective
worthy of notice; remarkable.
ˈnoteworthiness noun
take note of
to notice and remember. He took note of the change in her appearance.
References in classic literature ?
It is so in our tongue, and it is notably the case in the German.
The master's arm performed until it was tired and the stock of switches notably diminished.
It is interesting to add that he was a painter as well, and the friend of painters, notably the soldier-artist, Kiang-Tu, to whom he dedicates a poem.
He showed nothing of his mind when Father Victor, for three long mornings, discoursed to him of an entirely new set of Gods and Godlings - notably of a Goddess called Mary, who, he gathered, was one with Bibi Miriam of Mahbub Ali's theology.
This terrible secret society was formed by some ex-Confederate soldiers in the Southern states after the Civil War, and it rapidly formed local branches in different parts of the country, notably in Tennessee, Louisiana, the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida.
And it cometh many times to pass, that materiam superabit opus; that the work and carriage is more worth than the material, and enricheth a state more; as is notably seen in the Low-Countrymen, who have the best mines above ground, in the world.
And as they reconciled themselves to their ridiculous trappings, a curious sensation had come over some of them, notably over the more sensitive, like Crane and Fisher and Juliet, but in some degree over everybody except the practical Mr.
She was upheld in these excursions by the certainty that no language could outdo the splendor of her father's memory, and although her efforts did not notably further the end of his biography, she was under the impression of living more in his shade at such times than at others.
But I have discerned in you an elevation of thought and a capability of devotedness, which I had hitherto not conceived to be compatible either with the early bloom of youth or with those graces of sex that may be said at once to win and to confer distinction when combined, as they notably are in you, with the mental qualities above indicated.
I read other books about that time, notably a small book on Grecian and Roman mythology, which I perused with such a passion for those pagan gods and goddesses that, if it had ever been a question of sacrificing to Diana, I do not really know whether I should have been able to refuse.
As the meat roasted above the fire, Ajor and I tried once again to talk; but though copiously filled with incentive, gestures and sounds, the conversation did not flourish notably.
And whereas Sir Richard alleged that the Spaniards should never glory to have taken one ship of her Majesty, seeing they had so long and so notably defended themselves; they answered that the ship had six foot water in hold, three shot under water, which were so weakly stopped as with the first working of the sea, she must needs sink, and was besides so crushed and bruised, as she could never be removed out of the place.