"Duly noted" IS the correct term. Anything else is just slipshod thinking or sloppy speaking. (It was noted in a manner that was due, NOT .. twice.)((Vibe)) said:I often see people use the phrase "dually noted."
I was under the impression that that was incorrect and that it was "duly noted."
Is that the case or are both of them acknowledged/accepted idioms?
Can I not use "dually noted" if I want to make the point that I've noted your reply, twice? For instance, "You should never get married!" and I would say, "Dually noted!"
I'm with Claytonb, duly noting his dual notation of the fact that something duelly noted is expressed in the form of sword fighting--preferably swashbuckling, dagobar or stage fighting. Since I'm 2.5 years late weighing into this conversation, I'm guessing nobody's listening but that's okay. It needed to be said.The correct phrase is Duelly Noted.
To make note of something whilst simultaneously engaging in a duel of some sort.
Duly means either: 1. in an appropriate manner, or 2. at the expected time.Duly noted simply means ... it is due to be noticed. The time has come to notice it.
Para materia prima de los chistes, por estos lares "dually" se refiere a una camioneta con cuatro ruedas en el eje trasero :Yes. Sorry to tread on the creativity of some here, but "dually" or "duelly" could only be used as a play on words by a native or very advanced speaker.