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 tí gāng outline / synopsis / notes
 bǐ jì to take down (in writing) / notes / a type of literature consisting mainly of short sketches / CL:本[ben3]
 tí jiě notes / key (to exercises)
 jiǎn lì curriculum vitae (CV) / résumé / biographical notes
 zhù shì marginal notes / annotation / to annotate / to add comments to text
 yóu jì travel notes
 qiē cuō to compare notes / to learn from one another / to swap pointers
 zhù jiě to annotate / annotation / comment / interpretation / to explain with notes / explanatory note
 bǐ lù to put down in writing / to take down notes / transcript / record
 zhǐ bì bank notes / paper currency / CL:張|张[zhang1]
 jiā dài to carry within it / to be mixed in / to slip sth in / to intersperse / (hydrology etc) to entrain / to smuggle / notes smuggled into an exam
 zhá jì reading notes / CL:篇[pian1]
 jiǎn pǔ music notation in which the notes Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La and Si are represented by numerals 1 to 7
 zá jì various notes or records / a miscellany / scattered jottings
 wǔ yīn five notes of pentatonic scale, roughly do, re, mi, sol, la / five classes of initial consonants of Chinese phonetics, namely: 喉音[hou2 yin1], 牙音[ya2 yin1], 舌音[she2 yin1], 齒音|齿音[chi3 yin1], 唇音[chun2 yin1]
 zì xù author's preface / autobiographical notes as introduction to a book
 sǎn jì random jottings / travel notes
 bǐ tán to communicate by means of written notes (instead of speaking) / to publish one's opinion (e.g. as part of a scholarly dialogue) / (in book titles) essays / sketches
 zuò bǐ jì to take notes
 fán lì notes on the use of a book / guide to the reader
 zhāi jì to take notes / to excerpt
 sān hé xián triad / musical chord of three notes, such as major triad do-mi-so
 hé sì yǐ chǐ gōng names of the five notes of the Chinese pentatonic scale, corresponding roughly to do, re, mi, sol, la
 gōng shāng jué zhǐ yǔ pre-Tang names of the five notes of the pentatonic scale, corresponding roughly to do, re, mi, sol, la
 sǎn fěi scattered bandits / fig. random jottings / marginal notes
 suǒ jì fragmentary recollections / miscellaneous notes
 Jì Yún Ji Yun (1724-1805), Qing Dynasty writer, author of supernatural novel Notes on a Minutely Observed Thatched Hut 閱微草堂筆記|阅微草堂笔记
 quán zhù notes and commentary / exegesis
 guò tíng lù lit. Notes on Passing the Hall, historical jottings by 12th century Southern Song poet Fan Gongcheng 范公偁[Fan4 Gong1 cheng1], containing moral instructions derived from great men of Song dynasty
 Yuè wēi Cǎo táng Bǐ jì Notes on a Minutely Observed Thatched Hut by Ji Yun 紀昀|纪昀[Ji4 Yun2], novel of the supernatural / The Thatched Study of Close Scrutiny
 yīn míng names of the notes of a musical scale (e.g. C, D, E or do, re, mi)
 jiǎn yào shuō míng concise notes
  United Nations Convention on International Bills of Exchange and International Promissory Notes / UNCITRAL Convention
  United Nations Convention on International Bills of Exchange and International Promissory Notes / UNCITRAL Convention
Lotus Notes 客 Lotus Notes kè hù jī Lotus Notes client / Notes client
  Programme Advisory Notes
  National Development Strategies Policy Notes
  Uniform Law on International Bills of Exchange and International Promissory Notes
  Convention on the Unification of the Law relating to Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes, and Uniform Regulations
Lotus Notes 共  Shared Resources on Lotus Notes
  notes to the financial statements
  Convention for the Settlement of Certain Conflicts of Laws in connection with Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes
  Convention on the Stamp Laws in connection with Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes
  Notes for the Guidance of military observers
  Notes for Guidance of Troop Contributors
  notes for speakers
  Convention providing a Uniform Law for Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes
 gōng chě pǔ traditional Chinese musical notation using Chinese characters to represent musical notes
 fěn bǎn blackboard / painted board on which to make temporary notes with brush pen
 pī diǎn to add critical marks or notes to a text / (fig.) to criticize
 shī huà notes on poetry, an essay genre consisting of informal commentary on poems and poets and their lives (old) / a genre of narrative literature interspersing prose with poetry, popular in the Tang and Song dynasties
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