notate


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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.]

notate

(nəʊˈteɪt)
vb
to write (esp music) in notation
[C20: back formation from notation]

no•tate

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

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
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.
Translations

notate

[nəʊˈteɪt] VT (Mus) → notar

notate

vt (Mus) → in Notenschrift schreiben
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