notice
[ˈnəʊtɪs]
NOUN
  1. the fact of observing or paying attention to something.
    "their silence did not escape my notice" ·
    "it has come to our notice that you have been missing school"
  2. notification or warning of something, especially to allow preparations to be made.
    "interest rates are subject to fluctuation without notice"
    synonyms:
    • a formal declaration of one's intention to end an agreement, typically one concerning employment or tenancy, at a specified time.
      "she handed in her notice" ·
      "his employers gave him two weeks' notice"
      synonyms:
      resignation · letter of resignation · dismissal · discharge ·
      termination/ending of employment · one's marching orders · the sack · the boot · the bullet · the axe · the (old) heave-ho · the elbow · the push · the bounce · one's cards · the chop
  3. a displayed sheet or placard giving news or information.
    "the jobs were advertised in a notice posted in the common room"
    synonyms:
    information sheet · bill · handbill · poster · advertisement ·
    announcement · bulletin · broadsheet · circular · flyer · leaflet · pamphlet · sign · placard · card · sticker · handout · affiche · dodger · ad · advert
    • a small advertisement or announcement in a newspaper or magazine.
      "an obituary notice"
    • (notices)
      a short published review of a new film, play, or book.
      "she had good notices in her first film"
      synonyms:
VERB
notices (third person present) · noticed (past tense) · noticed (past participle) · noticing (present participle)
  1. become aware of.
    "he noticed the youths behaving suspiciously" ·
    "I noticed that she was looking tired" · "they were too drunk to notice"
    synonyms:
    observe · perceive · note · see · become aware of · discern · detect ·
    spot · distinguish · catch sight of · make out · take notice of · mark · remark · pay attention to · take note of · heed · take heed of · pay heed to · clock · behold · descry · espy
    antonyms:
    • treat (someone) as worthy of recognition or attention.
      "it was only last year that the singer really began to be noticed"
    • archaic
      mention or remark on.
      "she looked so much better that Sir Charles noticed it to Lady Harriet"
ORIGIN
late Middle English ( in notice (sense 2of the noun)): from Old French, from Latin notitia ‘being known’, from notus ‘known’ ( see notion).
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any such notice shall be considered to have been given within fourteen days after it was mailed in the manner hereinbefore provided.
someone with previously perfect 20-20 vision may first notice this change around the age of 45.
coastal fish harvesters are always the first to notice the decline of fish stocks.
I couldn't help notice how pretty and intelligent she was and we just clicked.
these he deals forth as the notable Matters, margined for better notice.
a copyright takedown notice can result in your channel getting deleted.
people will always notice if you wear the same shirt two days running.
she looked so much better that Sir Charles noticed it to Lady Harriet.
she was now unworthy of his notice, having been dishonoured by Casim.
it was only last year that the singer really began to be noticed.
we began to notice attempts to launder the data retrospectively.
the jobs were advertised in a notice posted in the common room.
the notice itself may be sufficient to sever the joint tenancy.
he didn't notice the insertion of the envelope into his pocket.
one notice will be effective to bring the tenancy to an end.
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Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)kennisgewing, let
(VERB)agterkom, opmerk, sien
Arabic (NOUN)إشعار, لاحظ, الاشعار, اخطار, الاخطار
(VERB)تلاحظ, لاحظت, ألاحظ, يلاحظ, نلاحظ, ملاحظة
Bangla বিজ্ঞপ্তি
Bosnian (Latin) obavijest
Bulgarian (VERB)забележите, бележка, впечатление
(NOUN)известие, обявлението, Забележете, уведомление, предупреждение, съобщение, обява
Cantonese (Traditional) 通知
Catalan (NOUN)avís, previ avís, observeu, adoni, notificació, anunci
(VERB)adonar, notar, nota, adono
Chinese Simplified 通知
Chinese Traditional 通知
Croatian (VERB)primijetiti
(NOUN)obavijest, prethodne najave, primijetite, najave, Uočite, Napomena
Czech (NOUN)oznámení, Všimněte si, upozornění, sdělení, výpovědní, vyhlášení, Poznámka
(VERB)všimnout, nevšiml, zaznamenat
Danish (NOUN)varsel, meddelelse, Bemærk, Læg mærke, bekendtgørelse, notits
(VERB)bemærke, mærke, lægge mærke, opdage
Dutch (VERB)opmerken, merken, merkt, ziet
(NOUN)kennisgeving, aankondiging, mededeling, bericht, merk, Let
Estonian (NOUN)teade, ette teatamata, teate, teatis, teadaanne, Pange tähele, märkus
(VERB)märkate, märgata
Fijian Notisi
Filipino Pansinin ang
Finnish (VERB)Huomaa, arviointi
(NOUN)ilmoitus, erillistä ilmoitusta, huomautus, varoitus, irtisanomisaikaa, tiedonanto
French (NOUN)avis, préavis, Notez, notification
(VERB)remarquez, constater, apercevoir
German (VERB)bemerken, merken, feststellen, beachtet, auffallen
(NOUN)Bekanntmachung, Ankündigung, Hinweis, Mitteilung, Notiz, Nachricht
Greek (VERB)παρατηρήσετε, ειδοποιητήριο, προσέξει
(NOUN)ειδοποίηση, ανακοίνωση, προκήρυξη, Παρατηρήστε, σημείωση
Haitian Creole avi
Hebrew (NOUN)שים לב, הודעה, התראה
(VERB)מבחין, שמת לב, תבחין, להבחין, שמה לב, שמתי לב, לשים לב, לב
Hindi (VERB)नोटिस, ध्यान
(NOUN)सूचना, ध्यान दें
Hmong Daw daim ntawv ceeb toom
Hungarian (VERB)észrevesz, észleli
(NOUN)értesítés, közlemény, figyelmeztetés, nyilatkozat, hirdetmény, felmondási
Icelandic (NOUN)fyrirvara, tilkynning, athugið, bent
Indonesian (NOUN)pemberitahuan, perhatikan
(VERB)memperhatikan, melihat, notis, menyadari
Italian (NOUN)preavviso, avviso, Si noti, notate, notifica, comunicazione
(VERB)notare, notato, accorgo, noterà, nota
Japanese (VERB)気づく, 気付く, 気づき, わかり
(NOUN)通知, お知らせ, 予告, 注意, 注意してください, 注目
Kiswahili (NOUN)Utabaini, Tambua, Baini, notisi, utagundua, angalia, utambue, tazama, kumbuka
(VERB)taarifa
Klingon tu'
Korean (NOUN)통지, 공지, 주의 사항, 알림
(VERB)통보, 알아차릴, 주의할, 주의, 알, 확인할
Latvian (NOUN)paziņojums, iepriekšēja brīdinājuma, ievērojiet, pievērsiet uzmanību, brīdinājums, ņemiet vērā
(VERB)pamanīt, ievēroju, novērojat
Lithuanian (NOUN)pranešimas, įspėjimo, Atkreipkite dėmesį, skelbimas, Pastaba
(VERB)pastebėti, nepastebi, pranešė
Malagasy fanamarihana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)notis, perhatikan
(VERB)perasan, melihat, menyedari
Maltese (NOUN)avviż, notifika, preavviż
Norwegian Bokmål varsel
Persian (VERB)متوجه
(NOUN)اطلاع, توجه, اخطار, مقررات, اعلان
Polish (NOUN)zawiadomienie, wypowiedzenia, obwieszczenie, Należy zauważyć, Zauważ, Zwróć uwagę, ogłoszenia, powiadomienia, informacja, Uwaga
(VERB)zauważyć
Portuguese (VERB)notar, perceber, notou, reparar, observar, nota
(NOUN)Observe, aviso, repare, note, notificação
Querétaro Otomi Aviso
Romanian (VERB)observa
(NOUN)anunţ, preaviz, notificare, remarca, aviz, ATENŢIONARE, notă, comunicarea, înştiinţare
Russian (VERB)заметить, отметить
(NOUN)уведомления, обратите внимание, заметьте, извещение, предупреждения, Отметим, сроки
Samoan Faaaliga
Serbian (Cyrillic) Обратите пажњу на
Serbian (Latin) Obratite pažnju na
Slovak (NOUN)oznámenie, upozornenie, Všimnite si
(VERB)všimnete, nevšimol, pozorovať, zistili
Slovenian (NOUN)obvestilo
(VERB)opazili, oglas
Spanish (NOUN)aviso, note, notificación, previo aviso, observe, anuncio, plazo, fijó, vean
(VERB)cuenta
Swedish (VERB)märker, märka
(NOUN)varsel, tillkännagivande, notis, Lägg märke till, meddelande, förvarning, kallelse, Observera, anmälan
Tahitian Faaararaa
Tamil (NOUN)அறிவிப்பு
Telugu నోటీసు
Thai (VERB)สังเกต
(NOUN)ประกาศ
Tongan Fakatokanga'i ange
Turkish (VERB)fark, farketme, farkında
(NOUN)olduğuna dikkat edin, dikkat, bildirim, duyuru, uyarı, haber
Ukrainian (VERB)помітити, помічати, зауважити
(NOUN)повідомлення, зверніть увагу, Зауважте, попередження, сповіщення, відома
Urdu (NOUN)نوٹس, اطلاع
(VERB)محسوس
Vietnamese (NOUN)thông báo, chú ý, báo, lưu ý
(VERB)thấy
Welsh (NOUN)hysbysiad, rhybudd, rybudd, sylw
(VERB)sylwi
Yucatec Maya Aviso
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