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    Definition of denote verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

    denote

    verb
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    (formal)
    Verb Forms
    present simple I / you / we / they denote
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    he / she / it denotes
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    past simple denoted
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    past participle denoted
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    -ing form denoting
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    1. denote something | denote that… to be a sign of something synonym indicate
      • A very high temperature often denotes a serious illness.
      Extra Examples
      • Such headdresses denoted accomplished warriors and were adopted from the Plains tribes.
      • The white belt signifies/?denotes that he's an absolute beginner.
    2. denote something | denote what, when, etc… to mean something synonym represent
      • In this example ‘X’ denotes the time taken and ‘Y’ denotes the distance covered.
      • The red triangle denotes danger.
      • Here ‘family’ denotes mother, father and children.
      • The Hebrew term used here simply denotes a young girl.
    3. compare connote
      Word Originlate 16th cent. (in the sense ‘be a sign of, mark out’): from French dénoter or Latin denotare, from de- ‘away, thoroughly’ + notare ‘observe, note’ (from nota ‘a mark’).
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