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notability

distinction, prominence: She is a doctor of great notability.
Not to be confused with:
fame – widespread reputation, esp. of a favorable character; renown; public eminence: His fame as a writer grew with each novel he wrote.
notoriety – shame; infamy; disrepute; known widely and unfavorably: The extensive news coverage of his trial for murdering his wife brought him notoriety.
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no·ta·bil·i·ty

 (nō′tə-bĭl′ĭ-tē)
n. pl. no·ta·bil·i·ties
1. The state or quality of being eminent or worthy of notice.
2. A prominent or notable person.
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notability

(ˌnəʊtəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. the state or quality of being notable
2. a distinguished person; notable
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no•ta•bil•i•ty

(ˌnoʊ təˈbɪl ɪ ti)

n., pl. -ties.
1. the state or quality of being notable.
2. a notable or prominent person.
[1350–1400]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.notability - a celebrity who is an inspiration to othersnotability - a celebrity who is an inspiration to others; "he was host to a large gathering of luminaries"
celebrity, famous person - a widely known person; "he was a baseball celebrity"
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notability

noun
1. fame, celebrity, distinction, esteem, eminence, renown The book contained 48 charts, each dedicated to a person of notability.
2. celebrity, worthy, notable, big name, dignitary, celeb (informal), personage, megastar (informal), V.I.P. They want to get hold of some minor television notability to open the fete.
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notability

noun
1. A position of exalted widely recognized importance:
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Translations
významná osobnost
yfirburîir
významná osobnosť
dikkate değer olmaönemli olma

notability

[ˌnəʊtəˈbɪlɪtɪ] N
1. [of person] → notabilidad f
2. (= person) → notabilidad f, personaje m
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notability

n
(= person)bedeutende Persönlichkeit; the notabilities of the towndie Honoratioren plder Stadt
(= eminence)Berühmtheit f, → Bedeutung f
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note

(nəut) noun
1. a piece of writing to call attention to something. He left me a note about the meeting.
2. (in plural) ideas for a speech, details from a lecture etc written down in short form. The students took notes on the professor's lecture.
3. a written or mental record. Have you kept a note of his name?
4. a short explanation. There is a note at the bottom of the page about that difficult word.
5. a short letter. She wrote a note to her friend.
6. (American bill) a piece of paper used as money; a bank-note. a five-dollar note.
7. a musical sound. The song ended on a high note.
8. a written or printed symbol representing a musical note.
9. an impression or feeling. The conference ended on a note of hope.
verb
1. (often with down) to write down. He noted (down) her telephone number in his diary.
2. to notice; to be aware of. He noted a change in her behaviour.
ˈnotable adjective
worth taking notice of; important. There were several notable people at the meeting.
ˌnotaˈbility noun
ˈnotably adverb
1. in particular. Several people offered to help, notably Mrs Brown.
2. in a noticeable way. Her behaviour was notably different from usual.
ˈnoted adjective
well-known. a noted author; This town is noted for its cathedral.
ˈnotelet (-lit) noun
a small piece of notepaper, often folded like a card and with a picture on it, used for short letters.
ˈnotebook noun
a small book in which to write notes.
ˈnotecase noun
a case for bank-notes, carried in the pocket.
ˈnotepaper noun
paper for writing letters.
ˈnoteworthy adjective
worthy of notice; remarkable.
ˈnoteworthiness noun
take note of
to notice and remember. He took note of the change in her appearance.
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