- To notate is to make a note in words or music.
- An example of notate is to read an interesting line in a speech and underline it or make a star next to the words.
- An example of notate is to play a song and then add notes where the speed or volume should change.
notate definition by Webster's New World
notate definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb no·tat·ed, no·tat·ing, no·tates
To put into notation.
Origin: Back-formation from notation.