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no·tice·a·ble

 (nō′tĭ-sə-bəl)
adj.
1. Evident; observable: noticeable changes in temperature.
2. Worthy of notice; significant: a noticeable change in the composer's style.

no′tice·a·bil′i·ty n.
no′tice·a·bly adv.
Synonyms: noticeable, marked, conspicuous, prominent, salient, striking
These adjectives mean tending to attract notice. Noticeable refers to something that can be readily noticed or observed: The player's great height provided a very noticeable advantage on the basketball court. What is marked is emphatically evident: a marked limp; a marked success. Conspicuous applies to what is immediately apparent and noteworthy: a shirt with a conspicuous stain; a leader occupying a conspicuous place in the nation's history. Prominent connotes a standing out, especially from others of a kind: a prominent landmark; prominent moments in her career. What is salient is so prominent and consequential that it seems to leap out and claim the attention: His most salient feature is his irrepressible sense of humor. Striking describes something that seizes the attention and produces a vivid impression on the sight or the mind: The child bears a striking resemblance to his uncle. See Also Synonyms at perceptible.

noticeable

(ˈnəʊtɪsəbəl)
adj
easily seen or detected; perceptible: the stain wasn't noticeable.
ˌnoticeaˈbility n
ˈnoticeably adv

no•tice•a•ble

(ˈnoʊ tɪ sə bəl)

adj.
1. attracting notice or attention; capable of being noticed.
2. deserving of notice or attention; noteworthy.
[1790–1800]
no`tice•a•bil′i•ty, n.
no′tice•a•bly, adv.
notable, noticeable - Notable means "worthy of notice" and noticeable means "readily observed."
See also related terms for notice.

noticeable

notable
1. 'noticeable'

Something that is noticeable is large enough or clear enough to be noticed.

There has also been a noticeable increase in the number of people seeking counselling and psychotherapy.
I experienced no noticeable ill effects.
2. 'notable'

Something that is notable is important or remarkable. Notable is a fairly formal word.

His most notable journalistic achievement was to bring out his own paper.
With a few notable exceptions, doctors are a pretty sensible lot.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.noticeable - capable or worthy of being perceived; "noticeable shadows under her eyes"; "noticeable for its vivid historical background"; "a noticeable lack of friendliness"
unnoticeable - not noticeable; not drawing attention; "her clothes were simple and unnoticeable"- J.G.Cozzens
2.noticeable - capable of being detected; "after a noticeable pause the lecturer continued"
perceptible - capable of being perceived by the mind or senses; "a perceptible limp"; "easily perceptible sounds"; "perceptible changes in behavior"
3.noticeable - undesirably noticeable; "the obtrusive behavior of a spoiled child"; "equally obtrusive was the graffiti"
4.noticeable - readily noticed; "a noticeable resemblance"
strong - having strength or power greater than average or expected; "a strong radio signal"; "strong medicine"; "a strong man"

noticeable

adjective obvious, clear, striking, plain, bold, evident, distinct, manifest, conspicuous, unmistakable, salient, observable, perceptible, appreciable These changes have had no noticeable effect on productivity.

noticeable

adjective
2. Capable of being noticed or apprehended mentally:
3. Readily attracting notice:
Idiom: sticking out like a sore thumb.
Translations
مُلاحَظمَلْحُوظٌ
patrnýviditelný
påfaldendesynlig
huomattava
primjetan
greinilegur, áberandi
目立つ
현저한
opazen
märkbar
ที่สังเกตเห็นได้
belirgindikkat çekenfarkedilirkolayca görülür
dễ nhận thấy

noticeable

[ˈnəʊtɪsəbl] ADJ [difference, change, effect, increase] → sensible, perceptible
it is noticeable thatse nota que, es evidente que, está claro que
it isn't noticeable [mark, stain] → no se nota
a noticeable smell of burningun fuerte olor a quemado
a noticeable lack of enthusiasmuna evidente falta de entusiasmo

noticeable

[ˈnəʊtɪsəbəl] adj [difference, change, improvement] → sensible; [effect] → visible
it is noticeable that ... → on voit bien que ...

noticeable

adjerkennbar, wahrnehmbar; (= visible)sichtbar; (= obvious, considerable)deutlich; relief, pleasure, disgust etcsichtlich, merklich; the stain is very noticeableder Fleck fällt ziemlich auf; his incompetence was very noticeableseine Unfähigkeit trat klar zum Vorschein or zeigte sich deutlich; the change was noticeableman konnte eine Veränderung feststellen; it is hardly noticeable, it isn’t really noticeableman merkt es kaum; (= visible also)man sieht es kaum; it is noticeable that …man merkt, dass …; she was noticeable by her absence/because of her large hatsie fiel durch ihre Abwesenheit/ihren großen Hut auf

noticeable

[ˈnəʊtɪsəbl] adj (perceptible) → percettibile; (obvious) → evidente; (considerable) → notevole
the scar is hardly noticeable → la cicatrice si vede appena
there has been a noticeable increase in prices → c'è stato un notevole aumento dei prezzi

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.

noticeable

مَلْحُوظٌ patrný påfaldende erkennbar αισθητός perceptible huomattava remarquable primjetan evidente 目立つ 현저한 merkbaar merkbar godny uwagi notável достойный внимания märkbar ที่สังเกตเห็นได้ dikkat çeken dễ nhận thấy 显而易见的

noticeable

a. notorio-a, que se distingue.

noticeable

adj evidente, visible; It won’t be noticeable..No se notará.
References in classic literature ?
All that was noticeable was the little wilful tendrils of her curly hair that would always break free about her neck and temples.
Slowly, and without noticeable motion, the great liner swung round a little in the river.
In an age when huge gifts on behalf of charity was the fashionable road to the peerage, his attitude was all the more noticeable.
It is true that there is always a faint foreign fragrance about her speech, no matter what language she is talking, but it is only just noticeable, nothing more, and is rather a charm than a mar, I think.
The feeling of apartness from others comes to most with puberty, but it is not always developed to such a degree as to make the difference between the individual and his fellows noticeable to the individual.
The only thing very noticeable about Nebraska was that it was still, all day long, Nebraska.
The loss of an almost insignificant weight suffices to produce a very noticeable displacement.
In the first row, and among those who were most bent over the bed, four were noticeable, who, from their gray
No sooner was she hid from him than she changed into another woman; she was now become a calculating purposeful madam, who looked around her covertly and, having shrunk in size in order to appear less noticeable, set off nervously on some mysterious adventure.
Playmore, I now reminded him that the eruption which had overwhelmed the town had preserved, for more than sixteen hundred years, such perishable things as the straw in which pottery had been packed; the paintings on house walls; the dresses worn by the inhabitants; and (most noticeable of all, in our case) a piece of ancient paper, still attached to the volcanic ashes which had fallen over it.
I had made changes, but they were neces- sarily slight, and they were not noticeable.
It was extremely tenuous and only noticeable against the opening which led to daylight.