Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Noted"

The meaning of "Noted" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Noted! mean?
A:

I get it!
I hear, and understand!
Ah!!! That's important!
Okay, I won't forget! Really!

Example sentences using "Noted"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Noted, noted well, it is noted. please be noted.
A: For example during a meeting: “excuse me secretary, we need more paper towels.”
Secretary: “noted”

Most of the time it doesn’t literally mean it’s been written down it just means “okay I’ll remember “

Synonyms of "Noted" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Noted and Got it ?
A: no difference
Q: What is the difference between Noted and I understood and I understand ?
A: Noted is more formal I think. The other two are basically the same as 分かりました vs. 分かります
Q: What is the difference between Noted. and Understood. ?
A: And even more casually: "Got it."

Translations of "Noted"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Noted

Other questions about "Noted"

Q: 上司や取引先からのメールに「Noted」と返事するのは失礼ではないですか?
A: 「了解」か「わかった」という意味です。「noted」だけを返事したら、すこし失礼かもしれません。しかし、上司と仲良くしたら、たぶん大丈夫だと思います。日本語と違って、上司とどのような言語を使うのは自分の関係によって違います。各言語で丁寧語が難しいですね。 :)
Q: Noted.という単語一つで「心に留めておく」という意味になりますよね。
これは恐らく、とある文章が省略された形だと思います。元の文章は、どういった英文だったのでしょうか?またどういった経緯で単語一つで通じるようになったのでしょうか?
A: "noted" is like " I will keep this in mind"

I think the expression "noted" came from "I will take a note of that so I will remember" and it is like the past tense of taking a note.

this is similar:

some people start sentences with "note:" when they want to point something out

"note: ~~~" = "keep in mind that~"

therefore "noted" is like the past tense of "note" saying the person understands what they said
Q: Noted and that is enough, thank you! Does this sound natural?
A: *Noted. And that would be enough, thank you!

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