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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnotebooknote‧book /ˈnəʊtbʊk $ ˈnoʊt-/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  1 notebook.jpg DTCNa book made of plain paper on which you can write notes2 TD (also notebook computer) a small computer that you can carry with youlaptop
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notebookHis companion was thin and nervy and carried a notebook.As they searched, they wrote down in a notebook details of all the things they found.A teacher had assigned the class to make a composition by taping personal objects into a notebook.Viol pulled out a notebook and a biro.He closed his notebook, stood up, made a motion at Vinny Pearson.In the main compartment were two very old-looking notebooks bound in calfskin; nothing else.Imagine having your own self-contained knowledge manipulator in a portable package the size and shape of an ordinary notebook.Couldn't have picked up the pen and opened the notebook and faced the blank page.
From Longman Business Dictionarynotebooknote‧book /ˈnəʊtbʊkˈnoʊt-/ noun [countable] COMPUTING a small personal computer which is easy to carry somewhere with youIt says it is offering the industry’s most advanced notebooks at competitive prices.These screens add about $2,000 to the price of a notebook computer. compare laptop
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