notenoun

  • jaノート、帳面
  • ena usually short written record with information

Examples

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Mute
1.
He sent her his photo with a note on the back.
2.
Oh, this seems personal.
3.
I feel a little funny reading this.
4.
Wanna read this instead?
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Mute
1.
Okay, this is all very informative.
2.
Are you taking notes?
3.
- How long has that been up there? - What?
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Mute
1.
What are you writing?
2.
Well, Joshua's coming in tomorrow.
3.
And since I don't have the guts to ask him out,
4.
I'm gonna sell him a coat and put this note in the pocket.
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Mute
1.
You've taped cheat notes to the bottom of your plate?
2.
- Well, I just to re — - Oh!
3.
More cheat notes.
4.
Look, I'm not as smart as you thought I was.
5.
I mean, I'm not smart like you.
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Mute
1.
And I believe that's all I've got.
2.
Oh, wait, there's one more thing.
3.
Peralta gave me a note before the meeting.
4.
Ugh, the penmanship is horrid, but I think it says, "Ask if anyone has an anal mint."
5.
It's announcements, and we do.
6.
Wow, what an entrance.
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Mute
1.
I know it's you, Rebecca.
2.
Huh, what do you mean, Zoey?
3.
That you’re the one blackmailing me?
4.
Oh, huh, now, Zoey, what would make you think that I’m the one
5.
who found your pink balloon and your little secret note attached to it?
6.
Are you denying it?
7.
No, it was me.
8.
Why? What'd I ever do to you?
9.
You made Chase break up with me.
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Mute
1.
Nick doesn't have a life plan.
2.
He doesn't have a day plan.
3.
I once found a note he wrote to himself that said, "Put on pants."
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Mute
1.
Never have I ever hit a parked car and didn't leave a note for the owner.
2.
Savage.
3.
Charlie!
4.
- I was wondering why my car was scratched up. - Yeah.
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Mute
1.
"I always have a note in my pocket that says 'John did it' just in case I'm murdered."
2.
- I didn't do it, though. - "Because I don't want him to remarry."
3.
So great.
4.
She's hilarious.
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Mute
1.
Alright, so we're gonna prank somebody now that we know is a big fan of yours.
2.
Let's do it.
3.
And she goes to college, schedules her classes around watching my show.
4.
So she is a fan of mine and yours.
5.
And what are you gonna do?
6.
What are you gonna say?
7.
So I was thinking, 'cause she goes to UMass —
8.
- I got these notes here. - Right.
9.
- She is a really good student. - Right.
10.
So I think we should scare her saying that we got her grades, and they're not doing too well.
11.
Okay.