What is on another note?

OAN means “On Another Note”. The abbreviation OAN is used to introduce a change of subject. OAN is often employed as part of the normal flow of conversation, but can also be used when the sender feels uncomfortable with where the conversation is going or doesn’t want to answer a question.

What does on a lighter note mean?

to a less serious topic

What is a positive note?

(to end) on a positive note: (to finish) with an optimistic tone, with good news.

What is a happy note?

Hello, you! If you don’t know what a happy note is, essentially all it is is a bit of paper/post-it note/you name it, with a positive message written on it. The creative project didn’t really come about (shock) but leaving happy notes around crossed my mind, so I decided to spread some joy – colourfully, of course.

What does on a serious note mean?

serious note means to be serious about a certain topic the sentence you provided does not make sense.

What does lighter vein mean?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon a lighter note/in a lighter veinon a lighter note/in a lighter veinused when you are going to say something less sad or serious On a lighter note, the concert raised over £300 for school funds.

How do you use serious notes in a sentence?

On a serious note. He finished on a serious note. “But on a serious note, I truly do apologize.

What is the meaning of serious?

adjective. of, showing, or characterized by deep thought. of grave or somber disposition, character, or manner: a serious occasion; a serious man. being in earnest; sincere; not trifling: His interest was serious.

What type of word is seriously?

seriously adverb (EXTREMELY)

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Is serious a feeling?

Seriousness is a quality of being calmly intent, or serious. Sometimes seriousness implies a bit of worry, like when you ask about the seriousness of your grandmother’s health problems. The noun seriousness comes from an adjective, serious, with a Latin root, serius, which means “weighty, important, or grave.”