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no·tate

 (nō′tāt)
tr.v. no·tat·ed, no·tat·ing, no·tates
To put into notation.

[Back-formation from notation.]
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notate

(nəʊˈteɪt)
vb
to write (esp music) in notation
[C20: back formation from notation]
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no•tate

(ˈnoʊ teɪt)
v.t. -tat•ed, -tat•ing.
to write in notation.
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notate


Past participle: notated
Gerund: notating

Imperative
notate
notate
Present
I notate
you notate
he/she/it notates
we notate
you notate
they notate
Preterite
I notated
you notated
he/she/it notated
we notated
you notated
they notated
Present Continuous
I am notating
you are notating
he/she/it is notating
we are notating
you are notating
they are notating
Present Perfect
I have notated
you have notated
he/she/it has notated
we have notated
you have notated
they have notated
Past Continuous
I was notating
you were notating
he/she/it was notating
we were notating
you were notating
they were notating
Past Perfect
I had notated
you had notated
he/she/it had notated
we had notated
you had notated
they had notated
Future
I will notate
you will notate
he/she/it will notate
we will notate
you will notate
they will notate
Future Perfect
I will have notated
you will have notated
he/she/it will have notated
we will have notated
you will have notated
they will have notated
Future Continuous
I will be notating
you will be notating
he/she/it will be notating
we will be notating
you will be notating
they will be notating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been notating
you have been notating
he/she/it has been notating
we have been notating
you have been notating
they have been notating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been notating
you will have been notating
he/she/it will have been notating
we will have been notating
you will have been notating
they will have been notating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been notating
you had been notating
he/she/it had been notating
we had been notating
you had been notating
they had been notating
Conditional
I would notate
you would notate
he/she/it would notate
we would notate
you would notate
they would notate
Past Conditional
I would have notated
you would have notated
he/she/it would have notated
we would have notated
you would have notated
they would have notated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.notate - put into notation, as of music or choreography; "Nowadays, you can notate an entire ballet; in the old days, the steps had to be memorized"
set down, write down, get down, put down - put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.
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Translations

notate

[nəʊˈteɪt] VT (Mus) → notar
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notate

vt (Mus) → in Notenschrift schreiben
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(28) [c.10r] Cantiamo, o santa Dea, l'accesa face gia testimon de gli amorosi furti e '1 notator ch[e] ne l'oscura notte il mar varcava al nuncial (29) diletto u' mai noi (30) vide l'immortal Aurora; [5] cantiamo, o santa Dea, Sesto e Abido (31) ove fur gli imenei (32) d'Hero notturni.
This is the reason he brought a notator, Odette Blum (15) to the campus to write the dances so they could be preserved.
In the publication by (French dance notator, publisher and choreographer) Raoul Auger (or Anger) Feuillet, called (c) "Choreography or the art of describing dance by characters, figures and demonstrative signs through which one can easily learn all kinds of dance," of 1699, more than four hundred steps of the ballet technique are transcribed.
For comparison, eight state-of-the-art general-purpose NR quality metrics are also tested, including Blind Image Quality Index (BIQI) [17], Distortion Identification-based Image Verity and INtegrity Evaluation (DIIVINE) [18], BLind Image Integrity Notator using DCT Statistics (BLIINDS-II) [19], Blind/Referenceless Image Spatial Quality Evaluator (BRISQUE) [20], Natural Image Quality Evaluator (NIQE) [21], Spatial-Spectral Entropy based Quality (SSEQ) [22], COdebook Representation for No-reference Image quality Assessment (CORNIA) [23], and Quality-Aware Clustering (QAC) [36].
The descriptor terminology provides a short-hand for the depiction and understanding of these qualities, and encourages the notator to think in terms that bypass the visual metaphor so common to descriptive language.
(15) In his 1963 essay "Jazz and the White Critic," Baraka would remark: "The notator of any jazz solo ...
The student dancers worked with dance notator Mary Corey, who set the structure of the piece on them.
Beauchamp's system shows the figure approximately, but, as noted above, it is generally not to scale, and it may be modified because of steps that do not travel, other dancers' paths, paths that retrace themselves, and, almost certainly, the skill and inclination of the notator in deciding how to fit everything neatly on the page.
I'm a very practical notator. Being a conductor, I take the route of least resistance in terms of notation unless something simply makes no sense theoretically.
As a notator I was trying to figure out the time signature of the selection when I observed the Ingungu drummer on stage right, clap out the rhythm.
A second apparatus is a so-called Digital Mixing Processor DMP 7 (two digital mixing consoles for 2 x 2 outputs) from the Yamaha company, programmed by means of an Atari Notator 2.2 (1989, Lengling/Adam).
Staged by Jane Bourne, a distinguished dance notator, Cranko's Jeu, which ABT premiered this past May in Orange County, represents a poker game in three deals, with dancers playing the parts of individual cards.