What does note mean in slang?
Not Over There
Do notes or make notes?
We often say ‘to make notes’ or ‘to take notes’ but what’s the difference between the two? The phrases are often used interchangeably but there is a slight difference between the two. We generally use ‘take notes’ for talking about when we write at the time something is happening, such as a lecture or an event.
What is another way to say noted?
What is another word for noted?
How do you say noted in a nice way?
So if I have noted something, I just say ‘Noted; thanks’….
- It is duly noted. Thank you.
- Yes, I have taken note of it. Thanks.
- Thank you for the reminder.
- I look forward to it.
- I have no issues with the matter.
How do you say noted with thanks?
Depends upon the particular nature of the note, but an acknowledgement iof some sort s usually good even if just to let the person know you received the thank you. In most cases, a simple “You’re welcome” is sufficient. You could also say something like, “I’m glad you enjoyed/had a good time/whatever, etcetera.
Is it correct to say well noted?
You can write “OK” or “okay” but not “Ok”. “Well noted” is unnatural. In BrE, we sometimes write “Duly noted” but I would simply say “Thanks, I have noted the contents of your email”.
How do you say OK to boss?
- That sounds great, thank you!
- Great Plan, looking forward do it!
- Okay that sounds great to me, let me know if anything changes in the mean time.
- Perfect! Thank you for your work on this!
- Okay that sounds great! See you then!
- Okay, that works for me. Thanks again!
- Okay, thank you for letting me know.
- Okay, I agree.
Is it rude to say Noted with thanks?
There’s nothing automatically or intrinsically wrong with “noted with thanks.” The words themselves aren’t impolite, but – like a lot of other phrases – it can come across as impolite if used improperly and it sounds sarcastic or ironic, or if it sounds abrupt.
How do you say OK in a formal way?
“OK” is not considered a formal word. It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing. Some words you can use in its place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”.
Is duly noted rude?
Is Duly Noted Rude? Duly noted isn’t necessarily rude, but it can be. Depending on your intention and tone, this phrase may seem less than polite or inappropriate. For instance, if someone offers a critique you don’t want to hear, you might respond with a sarcastic duly noted.
Are Many thanks rude?
5 Answers. Yes, many thanks is perfectly proper, grammatical, standard English. It is appropriate to use wherever “thanks” (as opposed to “thank you”) would be acceptable. As Martha says, many thanks is perfectly idiomatic.
Is ASAP rude?
Requests that include “as soon as possible” (or the ubiquitous acronym ASAP) can come across as rude. The acronym got its start in 1955 as U.S. Army slang, which may be why we sometimes associate it with the mental image of a drill sergeant barking orders.
Can I say FYI to my boss?
If you’re asking is the phrase “FYI” disrespectful because it’s too informal with a superior, then in the USA the answer is no. FYI is a perfectly acceptable phrase for an email.
Whats is ASAP?
abbreviation for as soon as possible: Could you let me know asap if this is something you would consider? “When do you need it?” “ASAP.” (Definition of ASAP from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press).
Is FYI rude in email?
“FYI” “FYI” is just rude and can easily become a tool in passive aggressive communication when forwarding an email from someone else – “FYI, you should know about this”.
Should I reply to FYI emails?
If you have been given actions or info specific to your job then yes you should reply. If it’s some interesting info to the team or department then not necessary. But little if I ask someone to do something I assume they will do it.
Is PFA rude?
Yes. It is absolutely acceptable to use the term PFA in E Mails as long as the EMail has an attachment. PFA is abbreviation for Please Find Attached.
How do you say FYI nicely?
What is another word for FYI?
|for your information||I’d like to bring to your attention|
|I’d like to notify you||it should be mentioned that|
|just so you know||just so you’re aware|
|just to let you know||so you know|
|for your attention||for your perusal|
Is it rude to say just to be clear?
Saying “to be clear” is still perfectly acceptable as long as you actually are trying to verify or get everyone on the same page. In some instances, though, the phrase is used as a filler word in conversations and indirect communication and can be removed altogether.
What is FYI stand for?
For your information
What does BTS stand for?
What does lmao stand for?
Laughing My Ass Off
Is LMAO rude?
LMAO is an acronym that means “laughing my ass off.” Some people use it as a synonym for LOL. It’s best to use LMAO informal conversations because it contains the word ass. Some might consider this a swear word and take offense.