Duly Noted means: Young people use it incorrectly and colloquially today as a dismissive and sarcastic way to dismiss criticism from others — and often, the last word. (in Community Dictionary, added by Subtend)

What else does Duly Noted mean?

  • A given fact is to be considered insignificant or irrelevant. (in Community Dictionary, added by Sienna Meyers)
  • An expression that acknowledges but disregards someone’s critique, criticism, observation or suggestion. It is used to say, “I don’t really care what you think.” It’s possible that you are right but it doesn’t really matter. You need to stop talking. The ending of a situation is often a simple “I told you so” (in Community Dictionary, added by Lena Turner)
  • 1. A sentence that communicates you are able to understand and will offer advice, observation, or perspective. 2. You will keep a record of it for future reference. (in Community Dictionary, added by Karly Hartman)
  • Safe-for-work method to say “Fuck you” to a smart ass. This is usually said with a serious tone. (in Community Dictionary, added by Aglet)
  • An expression that means “to understand”. (in Community Dictionary, added by Carolyn Wilkinson)