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no·tice

 (nō′tĭs)
n.
1. The act of noting or observing; perception or attention: That detail escaped my notice.
2. Respectful attention or consideration: grateful for the teacher's notice.
3. A written or printed announcement: a notice of sale.
4.
a. A formal announcement, notification, or warning, especially an announcement of one's intention to withdraw from an agreement or leave a job: gave my employer two weeks' notice; raised the price without notice.
b. The condition of being formally warned or notified: put us on notice for chronic lateness.
5. A printed critical review, as of a play or book.
tr.v. no·ticed, no·tic·ing, no·tic·es
1. To take notice of; observe: noticed a figure in the doorway. See Synonyms at see1.
2. To perceive with the mind; detect: noticed several discrepancies.
3. Archaic
a. To comment on; mention.
b. To treat with courteous attention.

[Middle English, knowledge, from Old French, from Latin nōtitia, from nōtus, known, past participle of nōscere, to get to know; see gnō- in Indo-European roots.]

no′tic·er n.

notice

(ˈnəʊtɪs)
n
1. the act of perceiving; observation; attention: to escape notice.
2. take notice to pay attention; attend
3. take no notice of to ignore or disregard
4. information about a future event; warning; announcement
5. a displayed placard or announcement giving information
6. advance notification of intention to end an arrangement, contract, etc, as of renting or employment (esp in the phrase give notice)
7. at short notice with notification only a little in advance
8. at two hours' notice with notification only two hours in advance
9. chiefly Brit dismissal from employment
10. favourable, interested, or polite attention: she was beneath his notice.
11. (Theatre) a theatrical or literary review: the play received very good notices.
vb (tr)
12. to become conscious or aware of; perceive; note
13. to point out or remark upon
14. to pay polite or interested attention to
15. to recognize or acknowledge (an acquaintance)
[C15: via Old French from Latin notitia fame, from nōtus known, celebrated]

no•tice

(ˈnoʊ tɪs)

n., v. -ticed, -tic•ing. n.
1. information, warning, or announcement of something impending; notification: to give notice of one's intentions.
2. a written or printed statement conveying such information or warning: to post a notice.
3. a notification by one of the parties to an agreement, as for employment, that the agreement will terminate on a specified date: She gave her employer two-weeks' notice.
4. observation, attention, or heed; note: to take notice of one's surroundings.
5. interested or favorable attention: singled out for notice.
6. a brief written review or critique of a book, play, etc.
v.t.
7. to become aware of or pay attention to; take notice of; observe.
8. to mention or refer to; point out.
9. to acknowledge acquaintance with.
10. to give notice to; serve with a notice.
[1400–50; < Middle French < Latin nōtitia acquaintance, knowledge, derivative of nōt(us) known (see notify)]
no′tic•er, n.
syn: notice, perceive, discern imply becoming aware of something through the senses or the intellect. notice means to pay attention to something one sees, hears, or senses: to notice a newspaper ad; to notice someone's absence; to notice one's lack of enthusiasm. perceive is a more formal word meaning to detect by means of the senses; with reference to the mind, it implies realization, understanding, and insight: to perceive the sound of hoofbeats; to perceive the significance of an event. discern means to detect something that is obscure or concealed; it implies keen senses or insight: to discern the outlines of a distant ship; to discern the truth.

notice

  • advertisement - From advertir, Old French for "to notice," and ultimately from Latin advertere, "to turn toward."
  • emit, emission, emissary - Emit, emission, and emissary come from Latin emittere, "send out," and emit once meant "publish a book or notice."
  • notable, noticeable - Notable means "worthy of notice" and noticeable means "readily observed."
  • remark - From an intensified French word marquer, "observe, notice," i.e. "making a verbal observation."

notice

Notice can be a noun or a verb.

1. used as a noun

A notice is a sign in a public place which gives information or instructions.

There was a notice on the lift saying it was out of order.
2. 'note'

You do not use notice to refer to a short, informal letter. The word you use is note.

I shall have to write a note to Eileen's mother to explain her hurt arm.
3. 'take notice'

If you take notice of someone or something, you pay attention to them.

I'll make her take notice of me.
Police officers taught residents to take notice of suspicious activities and unfamiliar cars and faces.

When someone does not pay any attention to someone or something, you can say that they take no notice of them or do not take any notice of them.

Her mother took no notice of her weeping.
They refused to take any notice of one another.
4. 'notice' used as a verb

If someone becomes aware of something, you do not say that they 'take notice of' it. You say that they notice it.

I've noticed your hostility towards him.
He noticed two grey trucks parked near his house.

notice


Past participle: noticed
Gerund: noticing

Imperative
notice
notice
Present
I notice
you notice
he/she/it notices
we notice
you notice
they notice
Preterite
I noticed
you noticed
he/she/it noticed
we noticed
you noticed
they noticed
Present Continuous
I am noticing
you are noticing
he/she/it is noticing
we are noticing
you are noticing
they are noticing
Present Perfect
I have noticed
you have noticed
he/she/it has noticed
we have noticed
you have noticed
they have noticed
Past Continuous
I was noticing
you were noticing
he/she/it was noticing
we were noticing
you were noticing
they were noticing
Past Perfect
I had noticed
you had noticed
he/she/it had noticed
we had noticed
you had noticed
they had noticed
Future
I will notice
you will notice
he/she/it will notice
we will notice
you will notice
they will notice
Future Perfect
I will have noticed
you will have noticed
he/she/it will have noticed
we will have noticed
you will have noticed
they will have noticed
Future Continuous
I will be noticing
you will be noticing
he/she/it will be noticing
we will be noticing
you will be noticing
they will be noticing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been noticing
you have been noticing
he/she/it has been noticing
we have been noticing
you have been noticing
they have been noticing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been noticing
you will have been noticing
he/she/it will have been noticing
we will have been noticing
you will have been noticing
they will have been noticing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been noticing
you had been noticing
he/she/it had been noticing
we had been noticing
you had been noticing
they had been noticing
Conditional
I would notice
you would notice
he/she/it would notice
we would notice
you would notice
they would notice
Past Conditional
I would have noticed
you would have noticed
he/she/it would have noticed
we would have noticed
you would have noticed
they would have noticed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.notice - an announcement containing information about an eventnotice - an announcement containing information about an event; "you didn't give me enough notice"; "an obituary notice"; "a notice of sale
promulgation, announcement - a public statement containing information about an event that has happened or is going to happen; "the announcement appeared in the local newspaper"; "the promulgation was written in English"
caveat - (law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing; "a caveat filed against the probate of a will"
necrology, obit, obituary - a notice of someone's death; usually includes a short biography
2.notice - the act of noticing or paying attention; "he escaped the notice of the police"
attending, attention - the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others
mind - attention; "don't pay him any mind"
remark - explicit notice; "it passed without remark"
3.notice - a request for payment; "the notification stated the grace period and the penalties for defaulting"
asking, request - the verbal act of requesting
4.notice - advance notification (usually written) of the intention to withdraw from an arrangement of contract; "we received a notice to vacate the premises"; "he gave notice two months before he moved"
apprisal, notification, telling - informing by words
dismission, pink slip, dismissal - official notice that you have been fired from your job
5.notice - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisementnotice - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
sign - a public display of a message; "he posted signs in all the shop windows"
show bill, show card, theatrical poster - a poster advertising a show or play
flash card, flashcard - a card with words or numbers or pictures that is flashed to a class by the teacher
6.notice - polite or favorable attention; "his hard work soon attracted the teacher's notice"
attending, attention - the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others
7.notice - a short critical review; "the play received good notices"
critical review, critique, review article, review - an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
Verb1.notice - discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of; "She detected high levels of lead in her drinking water"; "We found traces of lead in the paint"
catch out, find out - trap; especially in an error or in a reprehensible act; "He was caught out"; "She was found out when she tried to cash the stolen checks"
discover, find - make a discovery, make a new finding; "Roentgen discovered X-rays"; "Physicists believe they found a new elementary particle"
sense - detect some circumstance or entity automatically; "This robot can sense the presence of people in the room"; "particle detectors sense ionization"
instantiate - find an instance of (a word or particular usage of a word); "The linguists could not instantiate this sense of the noun that he claimed existed in a certain dialect"
trace - discover traces of; "She traced the circumstances of her birth"
see - observe as if with an eye; "The camera saw the burglary and recorded it"
sight, spy - catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes; "he caught sight of the king's men coming over the ridge"
2.notice - notice or perceive; "She noted that someone was following her"; "mark my words"
take notice - observe with special attention; "Take notice of the great architecture"
ignore - fail to notice
3.notice - make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague"
criticise, criticize, pick apart, knock - find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"
note, remark, mention, observe - make mention of; "She observed that his presentation took up too much time"; "They noted that it was a fine day to go sailing"
wisecrack - make a comment, usually ironic
kibbitz, kibitz - make unwanted and intrusive comments
4.notice - express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance withnotice - express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with; "He never acknowledges his colleagues when they run into him in the hallway"; "She acknowledged his complement with a smile"; "it is important to acknowledge the work of others in one's own writing"
react, respond - show a response or a reaction to something
cite, mention - commend; "he was cited for his outstanding achievements"

notice

verb
1. observe, see, mind, note, spot, remark, distinguish, perceive, detect, heed, discern, behold (archaic or literary), mark, eyeball (slang) People should not hesitate to contact the police if they notice anything suspicious.
observe ignore, overlook, neglect, disregard
noun
1. sign, advertisement, poster, placard, warning, bill A few seaside guest houses had `No Vacancies' notices in their windows.
2. notification, warning, advice, intimation, news, communication, intelligence, announcement, instruction, advance warning Unions are requested to give seven days' notice of industrial action.
3. review, comment, criticism, evaluation, critique, critical assessment She got some good notices for her performance last night.
4. attention, interest, note, regard, consideration, observation, scrutiny, heed, cognizance Nothing that went on in the hospital escaped her notice.
attention neglect, ignorance, disregard, omission, oversight
5. the sack (informal), dismissal, discharge, the boot (slang), the push (slang), marching orders (informal), the (old) heave-ho (informal), your books or cards (informal) They predicted that many teachers would be given their notice by the end of next term.
take no notice of something or someone ignore, pay no attention to, pass over, overlook, cut (informal), discount, neglect, blank (slang), disregard, turn a blind eye to, cold-shoulder, turn your back on, turn a deaf ear to, send (someone) to Coventry, give the cold shoulder to, shut your eyes to They took no notice of him.

notice

noun
1. The act of noting, observing, or taking into account:
2. A usually public posting that conveys a message:
4. Evaluative and critical discourse:
verb
To perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind:
Translations
إشْعَارٌإعْلانإنْتِباهإنْذَارٌإنْذار، إخْطار
oznámenívšimnout sivýpověďvýstrahahlášení
varselbemærkebeskedlægge mærke tilnotits
afiŝo
märkamatäheldama
huomatailmoitusirtisanominenhuomiohavainto
obavijestprimijetitiupozorenje
felmondás
athyglitaka eftirtilkynninguppsögn; uppsagnarfrestur
気づく注意通告
알아차리다통지해고 통보
iš anksto neįspėjus
ievērotpaziņojumsuzmanībauzteikums
výpoveď
obvestiloopazitirok
lägga märke tillmeddelandeuppsägning
การแจ้งล่วงหน้าป้ายประกาศสังเกต
bảng lưu ýchú ýthông báo

notice

[ˈnəʊtɪs]
A. N
1. (= intimation, warning) → aviso m
notice to appear (Jur) → citación f judicial, orden f de comparecencia
we require 28 days' notice for deliveryse requieren 28 días para la entrega
until further noticehasta nuevo aviso
to give sb notice to do sthavisar a algn que haga algo
notice is hereby given thatse pone en conocimiento del público que ...
at a moment's noticeen seguida, inmediatamente, luego (Mex), al tiro (Chile)
important decisions often have to be taken at a moment's noticea menudo las decisiones importantes se han de tomar en seguida or inmediatamente
you must be ready to leave at a moment's noticetienes que estar listo para salir en cuanto te avisen
we had no notice of itno nos habían avisado
notice to quitaviso or notificación de desalojo
at short noticecon poca antelación
sorry, I know it's short notice, butlo siento, sé que es avisar con poca antelación, pero ...
to give sb at least a week's noticeavisar a algn por lo menos con una semana de antelación
I must have at least a week's notice if you want tome tienes que avisar con una semana de antelación si quieres ...
without previous noticesin previo aviso
2. (= order to leave job etc) (by employer) → despido m; (by employee) → dimisión f, renuncia f; (= period) → preaviso m
to get one's noticeser despedido
to give sb noticedespedir a algn
to give sb a week's noticedespedir a algn con una semana de preaviso or plazo
to hand in one's noticedimitir, renunciar
a week's wages in lieu of noticeel salario de una semana en lugar del plazo or de preaviso
to be under noticeestar despedido
to dismiss sb without noticedespedir a algn sin preaviso
3. (= announcement) (in press) → anuncio m, nota f; [of meeting] → convocatoria f, llamada f; (= sign) → letrero m; (= poster) → cartel m
birth/marriage noticeanuncio m de nacimiento/matrimonio
death noticenota f necrológica, esquela f
to give out a noticeanunciar algo, comunicar algo
the notice says "keep out"el letrero dice "prohibida la entrada"
4. (= review) [of play, opera etc] → reseña f, crítica f
5. (= attention) → atención f
to attract sb's noticeatraer or llamar la atención de algn
to bring a matter to sb's noticellamar la atención de algn sobre un asunto
it has come to my notice thatha llegado a mi conocimiento que ...
to escape noticepasar inadvertido
to take notice of sbhacer caso a algn
to take no notice of sth/sbno hacer caso de algo/a algn, ignorar algo/a algn (esp LAm)
to take notice of sthhacer caso de algo
take no notice!¡no hagas caso!
I was not taking much notice at the timeen ese momento no estaba prestando mucha atención
a fat lot of notice he takes of me!¡maldito el caso que me hace!
to sit up and take notice (fig) → aguzar el oído
6. (= interest) → interés m
it has attracted a lot of noticeha suscitado gran interés
B. VT (= perceive) → fijarse en, notar; (= realize) → darse cuenta de; (= recognize) → reconocer
did you notice the bloodstain on the wall?¿te fijaste en or te diste cuenta de or notaste la mancha de sangre que había en la pared?
I don't notice such thingsno me fijo en tales cosas
eventually he deigned to notice mepor fin se dignó a reconocerme
have you ever noticed how slowly time passes when you're flying?¿te has fijado en or te has dado cuenta de lo lento que pasa el tiempo cuando vas en avión?
I notice you've removed the bookcaseveo que has quitado la estantería
C. VIfijarse, darse cuenta
I never noticedno me había fijado
don't worry about the mark, he won't noticeno te preocupes por la mancha, no se fijará or no se dará cuenta
yes, so I've noticed! (iro) → ¡sí, ya me he dado cuenta or ya lo he notado!
D. CPD notice board N (esp Brit) → tablón m de anuncios

notice

[ˈnəʊtɪs]
n
(= sign) → écriteau m
to put up a notice → mettre un écriteau
a warning notice → un avertissement
(in newspaper, gen)annonce f; (of a death)avis m
(= advance notification) → préavis m
She could have done it if she'd had a bit more notice
BUT Elle aurait pu le faire si on l'avait prévenue un peu plus tôt.
to give sb 24 hours' notice → donner un préavis de 24 heures à qn
The union was to give the management 28 days' notice of strikes → Le syndicat devait donner un préavis de 24 heures à la direction en cas de grève.
to give sb notice of sth → notifier qn de qch
advance notice → préavis m
without notice → sans préavis
at short notice → dans un délai très court
at 24 hours' notice → dans un délai de 24 heures
at a moment's notice → immédiatement
until further notice → jusqu'à nouvel ordre
(to end contract of employment)congé m
to give in one's notice, to hand in one's notice → donner sa démission, démissionner
to be given one's notice
She was given her notice → On lui a donné son congé.
(British) (= review) [play, film, concert] → critique f, compte rendu m
(= attention) to bring sth to sb's notice → porter qch à la connaissance de qn
it has come to my notice that ... (I have been told that ...)on m'a signalé que ...; (I have noticed that ...)j'ai remarqué que ...
to escape sb's notice → échapper à qn
to take notice of sb/sth → prêter attention à qn/qch
to take no notice of sb/sth → ne pas faire attention à qn/qch
Don't take any notice of him! → Ne fais pas attention à lui!
vtremarquer, s'apercevoir de
I couldn't help noticing sth → je n'ai pu que remarquer qch
to notice that ... → remarquer que ...

notice

n
(= warning, communication)Bescheid m, → Benachrichtigung f; (= written notification)Mitteilung f; (of forthcoming event, film etc)Ankündigung f; notice to pay (Comm) → Zahlungsaufforderung f; final noticeletzte Aufforderung; we need three weeks’ noticewir müssen drei Wochen vorher Bescheid wissen; to give notice of somethingvon etw Bescheid geben; of film, change etcetw ankündigen; of arrival etcetw melden; to give somebody one week’s notice of somethingjdn eine Woche vorher von etw benachrichtigen, jdm eine Woche vorher über etw (acc)Bescheid geben; to give somebody notice of somethingjdn von etw benachrichtigen, jdm etw mitteilen; to give notice of appeal (Jur) → Berufung einlegen; we must give advance notice of the meetingwir müssen das Treffen ankündigen; to give official notice that …öffentlich bekannt geben, dass …; (referring to future event) → öffentlich ankündigen, dass …; without noticeohne Ankündigung; (of arrival also)unangemeldet; notice is hereby given that …hiermit wird bekannt gegeben, dass …; he didn’t give us much notice, he gave us rather short noticeer hat uns nicht viel Zeit gelassen or gegeben; to have notice of somethingvon etw Kenntnis haben; I must have notice or you must give me some notice of what you intend to doich muss Bescheid wissen or Kenntnis davon haben (form), → was Sie vorhaben; to serve notice on somebody (Jur, to appear in court) → jdn vorladen; at short noticekurzfristig; at a moment’s noticejederzeit, sofort; at three days’ noticebinnen drei Tagen, innerhalb von drei Tagen; until further noticebis auf Weiteres
(= public announcement) (on notice board etc) → Bekanntmachung f, → Anschlag m; (= poster)Plakat nt; (= sign)Schild nt; (in newspaper) → Mitteilung f, → Bekanntmachung f; (short) → Notiz f; (of birth, wedding, vacancy etc)Anzeige f; the notice says …da steht; to post a noticeeinen Anschlag machen, ein Plakat ntaufhängen; public noticeöffentliche Bekanntmachung; birth/marriage/death noticeGeburts-/Heirats-/Todesanzeige f; I saw a notice in the paper about the concertich habe das Konzert in der Zeitung angekündigt gesehen
(prior to end of employment, residence etc) → Kündigung f; notice to quit (Brit) or to vacate (US) → Kündigung f; to give somebody notice (employer, landlord)jdm kündigen; (lodger, employee also)bei jdm kündigen; to give or hand or turn (US) in one’s noticekündigen; I am under notice of redundancy, I got my noticemir ist gekündigt worden; a month’s noticeeine einmonatige Kündigungsfrist; I have to give (my landlady) a week’s noticeich habe eine einwöchige Kündigungsfrist; she gave me or I was given a month’s noticemir wurde zum nächsten Monat gekündigt
(= review)Kritik f, → Rezension f
(= attention) to take notice of somethingvon etw Notiz nehmen; (= heed)etw beachten, einer Sache (dat)Beachtung schenken; I’m afraid I wasn’t taking much notice of what they were doingich muss gestehen, ich habe nicht aufgepasst, was sie machten; to take no notice of somebody/somethingjdn/etw ignorieren, von jdm/etw keine Notiz nehmen, jdm/etw keine Beachtung schenken; take no notice!kümmern Sie sich nicht darum!; a lot of notice he takes of me!als ob er mich beachten würde!; to attract noticeAufmerksamkeit erregen; that has escaped his noticedas hat er nicht bemerkt; it might not have escaped your notice that …Sie haben vielleicht bemerkt, dass …; to bring something to somebody’s noticejdn auf etw (acc)aufmerksam machen; (in letter etc) → jdn von etw in Kenntnis setzen; it came to his notice that …er erfuhr, dass …, es ist ihm zu Ohren gekommen, dass …
vtbemerken; (= feel, hear, touch also)wahrnehmen; (= realize also)merken; (= recognize, acknowledge existence of)zur Kenntnis nehmen; differencefeststellen; notice the beautiful detailsachten Sie auf die schönen Einzelheiten; without my noticing itohne dass ich etwas gemerkt or bemerkt habe, von mir unbemerkt; did anybody notice him leave?hat jemand sein Gehen bemerkt?; I noticed her hesitatingich bemerkte or merkte, dass sie zögerte; did he wave? — I never noticedhat er gewinkt? — ich habe es nicht bemerkt or gesehen; I notice you have a new dressich stelle fest, du hast ein neues Kleid, wie ich sehe, hast du ein neues Kleid; to get oneself noticedAufmerksamkeit erregen, auf sich (acc)aufmerksam machen; (negatively) → auffallen

notice

[ˈnəʊtɪs]
1. n
a. (intimation, warning) → avviso; (period) → preavviso
without notice → senza preavviso
advance or previous notice → preavviso
a week's notice → una settimana di preavviso
at short notice → con un breve preavviso
at a moment's notice → immediatamente, all'istante
until further notice → fino a nuovo avviso
to give notice to (to tenant) → dare la disdetta a (to landlord) → dare il preavviso a
to give sb notice (Admin) (inform) → notificare a qn (sack) → licenziare qn
to give notice, to hand in one's notice (subj, employee) → licenziarsi
to give notice of sth → annunciare qc
to give sb notice of sth → avvisare qn di qc
b. (announcement) → avviso (Press) → annuncio; (sign) → cartello; (poster) → manifesto, cartellone m
to put a notice in the paper → mettere un annuncio sul giornale
c. (Brit) (review, of play) → critica, recensione f
d. (attention) to bring sth to sb's noticefar notare qc a qn
to take notice of sb/sth → notare qn/qc, fare caso a qn/qc
to take no notice of sb/sth → non prestare attenzione a qn/qc
he keeps waving at me - take no notice! → continua a farmi dei cenni - ignoralo!
it has come to my notice that ... → sono venuto a sapere che...
to escape or avoid notice → passare inosservato/a
it escaped my notice that ... → non ho notato che...
2. vtaccorgersi di, notare
he pretended not to notice us → ha fatto finta di non vederci
I notice you have a new car → vedo che ha una macchina nuova

notice

(ˈnəutis) noun
1. a written or printed statement to announce something publicly. He stuck a notice on the door, saying that he had gone home; They put a notice in the paper announcing the birth of their daughter.
2. attention. His skill attracted their notice; I'll bring the problem to his notice as soon as possible.
3. warning given especially before leaving a job or dismissing someone. Her employer gave her a month's notice; The cook gave in her notice; Please give notice of your intentions.
verb
to see, observe, or keep in one's mind. I noticed a book on the table; He noticed her leave the room; Did he say that? I didn't notice.
ˈnoticeable adjective
(likely to be) easily noticed. There's a slight stain on this dress but it's not really noticeable.
ˈnoticeably adverb
This ball of wool is noticeably darker than these others.
ˈnoticed adjective
(negative unnoticed).
ˈnotice-board (American ˈbulletin board) noun
a usually large board eg in a hall, school etc on which notices are put.
at short notice
without much warning time for preparation etc. He had to make the speech at very short notice when his boss suddenly fell ill.
take notice of
to pay attention to. He never takes any notice of what his father says; Take no notice of gossip.

notice

إشْعَارٌ, إنْذَارٌ, يُلَاحِظُ oznámení, všimnout si, výstraha bemærke, besked, varsel bemerken, Kündigung, Mitteilung ανακοίνωση, παρατηρώ, προθεσμία aviso, notar, preaviso huomata, ilmoitus, irtisanominen avis, notice, remarquer obavijest, primijetiti, upozorenje avviso, notare, preavviso 気づく, 注意, 通告 알아차리다, 통지, 해고 통보 aanzegging, mededeling, merken bemerke, notis, oppsigelse wypowiedzenie, zauważyć, zawiadomienie aviso, notar, observação заметить, предупреждение, уведомляющий знак lägga märke till, meddelande, uppsägning การแจ้งล่วงหน้า, ป้ายประกาศ, สังเกต farkına varma, farkına varmak, mühlet bảng lưu ý, chú ý, thông báo 注意到, 通知, 预先通知

notice

n. aviso, informe, nota; observación;
v. notar, hacer caso, observar.

notice

vt notar, darse cuenta; When did you notice there was blood in your stool?..¿Cuándo notó (se dio cuenta) que había sangre en las heces?
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