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notate

[noh-teyt] /ˈnoʊ teɪt/
verb (used with object), notated, notating.
1.
to note, mark, or set down in a system of notation:
The book describes how to notate music for instruments and voice.
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British Dictionary definitions for notate

notate

/nəʊˈteɪt/
verb
1.
to write (esp music) in notation
Word Origin
C20: back formation from notation
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Word Origin and History for notate
v.

1922, from Latin notatus, past participle of notare (see note (v.)). Related: Notated; notating.

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