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2 Translation results for noted in Spanish

adjective | verb

noted adjective

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renombrado, eminente, celebrado

Example sentences of
noted adjective

  • She is a noted scholar specializing in Latin-American literature.
  • a serious play that needs a noted Broadway actor for the lead if it is to attract audiences

Detailed synonyms for noted adjective

See: Famous

note verb

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noted, has noted, is noting, notes
notar, observar, tomar nota de; anotar, apuntar

Example sentences of
note verb

  • You may have noted my late arrival.
  • The thing to note here is that people are suffering.
  • It's interesting to note how quickly things have changed.
  • Their objections were duly noted.
  • As one official noted, the situation has begun to get out of control.
  • As noted above most people survive the disease.
  • “They've asked us to leave,” he noted with amusement.
  • "They've asked us to leave," he noted with amusement.

Detailed synonyms for note verb

See: Remark, See

Reverse translation for noted

renombrado  - renowned, famous 
eminente  - eminent, distinguished 
celebrado  - famous, celebrated 
notar  - to notice, to tell 
observar  - to observe, to watch, to notice, to obey, to abide by, to remark, to comment 
anotar  - to annotate, to score, to write down, to jot down, to score (in sports) 
apuntar  - to aim, to point, to take aim, to become evident, to write down, to jot down, to point to, to point out, to prompt (in the theater) 
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