- notary: see note
- notary (n.)
- c. 1300, "clerk, secretary," from Old French notarie "scribe, clerk, secretary" (12c.) and directly from Latin notarius "shorthand writer, clerk, secretary," from notare, "to note," from nota "shorthand character, letter, note" (see note (v.)). Meaning "person authorized to attest contracts, etc." is from mid-14c.; especially in notary public (late 15c.), which has the French order of subject-adjective. Related: Notarial.
- 1. That notary is authorised to perform the certain legal functions.
- 2. She is the town clerk and a certified public accountant and notary public.
- 3. The notary, sitting in his corner , watched the abbe's placidly.
- 4. After a moment of silent agony, Cooper fixed his eyes on the notary.
- 沉默了一会,或者是痛苦地挣扎了一会儿, 库伯瞪着公证人.
- 5. Are you satisfied, sir? continued the notary, addressing the old man.
- 公证人继续向老人说道, “您满意了吗, 阁下? ”
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