notate notate


  • (v) put into notation, as of music or choreography


  1. Never able to write music, he sang or pounded out his tunes on a piano, and a faithful secretary would notate them on paper.
  2. Berlin never learned to read music, employing assistants to notate his tunes and help harmonize them.


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