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1) A phrase which communicates that you understand and that you will give a person's advice, observation or perspective, proper consideration
2) That you will take note of the information for later consideration/use
"John, your report may need to mention the affect of tides on fish life cycles."

"Duly noted Laura. I might discuss with Steve later whether it can be added given the time constraints"
by Diction+ November 06, 2014
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A phrase that is used to disregard yet acknowledge someone’s criticism, critique, observation, or suggestion. The connotation is a snide ‘I don’t care what you think. You are probably right, but that doesn't matter. Shut up.’

The situation often ends as an ‘I told you so
“Bill, you really should turn off the power before you replace that switch” …
Duly noted” …
***explosion of blue sparks***

“Cindy, I really don’t think those stiletto-heels are a good idea for where we’re going”…
“Duly noted”…
***ends up twisting her ankle.***

“Before you attempt this experiment, you need to fully understand the chemistry behind the reaction.”…
“Duly noted”…
***burns down lab***
by scuba7jb June 17, 2013
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A safe-for-work way to tell a smart ass "Fuck You." Usually said in a serious tone.
Smart ass: "You got some crack showing, dude."
Dude: "Duly noted."
by ajf1994 February 18, 2011
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Used colloquially and incorrectly today by young people as a sarcastic and dismissive method of dismissing someone else's criticism -- often to have the last word.
Mature person, "I prefer to watch classic horror films because they relied on well developed storylines and good storytelling principles instead of today's CGI horror films"
Teenager, "duly noted."
by Ted The Teddy May 12, 2016
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