US: /ˈdʒɑt/
UK: /d‍ʒˈɒt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

jot /dʤɔt/
  • danh từ
    • chút, tí tẹo
      • not a jot: không một chút nào
  • ngoại động từ (song own5-öëR

Advanced English dictionary

verb, noun
+ verb (-tt-)
Phrasal Verbs: jot sth<->down to write sth quickly: I'll just jot down the address for you.
+ noun [sing.] (not a / one jot) used to mean 'not even a small amount' when you are emphasizing a negative statement: There's not a jot of truth in what he says (= none at all).

Thesaurus dictionary

1 Usually, jot down. make a note of, write or note (down), put or set or take down, record:
Jot down this telephone number.
2 scrap, grain, (wee) bit, speck, mite, iota, whit, particle, tittle, Colloq slightest, US and Canadian tad, smidgen or smidgin:
I don't care a jot what she thinks about the situation in Central America.

Concise English dictionary

jotted|jotting|jotsdʒɑt /dʒɒt
+a brief (and hurriedly handwritten) note
+a slight but appreciable addition
+write briefly or hurriedly; write a short note of