**DENOTE** [dəˈnōt]

VERB

**denote** (verb) · **denotes** (third person present) · **denoted** (past tense) · **denoted** (past participle) · **denoting** (present participle)

- be a sign of; indicate.
- stand as a name or symbol for.

**See also:** Denote Denoted Denoter Denoting

**1.** The** word “derby”** can de**note a horse race or a kind of hat.** Her death *Denote*d the end of an era

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**3.** ** Denote** definition, to be a mark or sign of; indicate: A fever often

**4.** ** Denote** synonyms,

**5.** Be a sign of; convey; stand as a name for; indicate: A fever may ** Denote** an infection.

**6.** **to represent or mean something:** His** angry tone Denoted extreme displeasure.** (Definition of

**7.** 13 synonyms of ** Denote** from the

**8.** ** Denote**: to communicate or convey (as an idea) to the mind.

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**10.** To *Denote* is defined as** to represent or be a sign of something.** An example of *Denote* is when a brand name indicates quality

**11.** An example of *Denote* is when you use an "X" to represent your signature.

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**14.** We found a total of 47 words by unscrambling the letters in ** Denote**.

**15.** In a mathematical context (explaining a formula just written) the following seems unobjectionable: "The set of unitary polynomials has been *Denote*d by P"

**16.** *Denote* A word or phrase** Denotes** its literal meaning (i.e., its dictionary definition), and it

**17.** Both expressions are** very common and universally understood in mathematical English written by native speakers -- which means that that, as a practical matter they are both right.** And if a dictionary claims that "*Denote*" can't be used in this way, that is the dictionary's fault.

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**19.** Be a sign of; convey; stand as a name for; indicate: A fever may ** Denote** …

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**21.** *Denote* something *Denote* what, when, etc… to mean something synonym represent In this example ‘X’** Denotes** the time taken and ‘Y’ de

**22.** The red triangle de**notes** danger

**23.** Here ‘family’ de**notes** mother, father and children.

**24.** Dictionary entry overview: What does ** Denote** mean? •

**25.** Make known; make an announcement Familiarity information: ** Denote** used as a verb is uncommon.

**26.** Definition of ** Denote** in the

**27.** What does ** Denote** mean? Information and translations of

**28.** Let u and v ** Denote** two positions on a chromosome, measured in a scale in morgan units with the coordinate origin at the target locus.: Sometimes ochlocracy and democracy, perhaps,

**29.** Asterisks ** Denote** a high level of expression in the inner nuclear layer at this time.: Bovine protomes on bowls and spouted jugs

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**31.** As verbs the difference between represent and ** Denote** is that represent is to present again or anew; to present by means of something standing in the place of; to exhibit the counterpart or image of; to typify while

**32.** In its present application, particularly, there is no design to let the term ** Denote** or insinuate a recourse to any expedients or any line of conduct that is in any degree legally dubious, or that is even of questionable legitimacy.

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**34.** As verbs the difference between ** Denote** and note is that

**35.** Don't let the rhyme fool you — to connote is to imply a meaning or condition, and to ** Denote** is to define exactly.Connote is like giving a hint, but to

**36.** ** Denote**: 1 v have as a meaning “`multi-'

**37.** Verb If one thing** Denotes** another, it is

**38.** From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English de‧note /dɪˈnəʊt $ -ˈnoʊt/ ●○○ AWL verb [ transitive] formal 1** to mean something** → connote What does the word ‘curriculum’ *Denote* that ‘course’ does not? 2

**39.** ‘To avoid any misunderstandings, I will use the term symbol to ** Denote** elements of the set.’ ‘The names of the strains

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**41.** See 3 authoritative translations of ** Denote** in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

**42.** Examples of ** Denote** in a sentence

**43.** If you get lost, look for the two red flags that ** Denote** the hotel entrance

**44.** 🔊 The colored stickers on your desks ** Denote** your team during the scavenger hunt

**45.** 🔊 During the yard sale, we will use colorful labels to ** Denote** …

**46.** Definition and synonyms of ** Denote** from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

**47.** This is the British English definition of ** Denote**.View American English definition of

**48.** Synonyms for ** Denote** in Free Thesaurus

**49.** 41 synonyms for ** Denote**: indicate, show, mean, mark, express, import, imply, designate, signify, typify

**50.** Inflections of '** Denote**' (v): (⇒ conjugate)

**51.** Nouns for ** Denote** include denotata, denotation, denotations, denotator, denotators, denotatum,

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**55.** "** Denote"** Or

**56.** ** Denote** refers to the literal primary meaning of something, whereas connote signifies the attributes of a word aside from its primary meaning.

**57.** For example, winter *Denote*s a season of the year, but connotes cold weather.

**58.** ** Denote** Meaning: "mark off from others; identify by a mark; be the sign or symptom of," from French dénoter (14c.), from… See definitions of

**59.** EventĀ *Denote*s the complement of event A, meaning that A and A share some but not all outcomes

**60.** Event A *Denote*s the complement of event A, meaning that …

**61.** These nouns ** Denote** agreement or conformity, as in character, nature, or appearance between persons or things