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no·ti·fy

 (nō′tə-fī′)
tr.v. no·ti·fied, no·ti·fy·ing, no·ti·fies
1. To give notice to; inform: notified the citizens of the curfew by posting signs.
2. Chiefly British To give notice of; make known.

[Middle English notifien, from Old French notifier, from Latin nōtificāre : nōtus, known, past participle of nōscere, to get to know; see gnō- in Indo-European roots + -ficāre, -fy.]

no′ti·fi′er n.

notify

(ˈnəʊtɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
1. to inform; tell
2. chiefly Brit to draw attention to; make known; announce
[C14: from Old French notifier, from Latin notificāre to make known, from nōtus known + facere to make]
ˈnotiˌfier n

no•ti•fy

(ˈnoʊ təˌfaɪ)

v.t. -fied, -fy•ing.
1. to inform; give notice to: to notify the police of a crime.
2. Chiefly Brit. to make known; give information of.
[1325–75; < Middle French notifier < Latin nōtificāre <(g)nōt(us), past participle of (g)nōscere to come to know]
no′ti•fi`a•ble, adj.

notify


Past participle: notified
Gerund: notifying

Imperative
notify
notify
Present
I notify
you notify
he/she/it notifies
we notify
you notify
they notify
Preterite
I notified
you notified
he/she/it notified
we notified
you notified
they notified
Present Continuous
I am notifying
you are notifying
he/she/it is notifying
we are notifying
you are notifying
they are notifying
Present Perfect
I have notified
you have notified
he/she/it has notified
we have notified
you have notified
they have notified
Past Continuous
I was notifying
you were notifying
he/she/it was notifying
we were notifying
you were notifying
they were notifying
Past Perfect
I had notified
you had notified
he/she/it had notified
we had notified
you had notified
they had notified
Future
I will notify
you will notify
he/she/it will notify
we will notify
you will notify
they will notify
Future Perfect
I will have notified
you will have notified
he/she/it will have notified
we will have notified
you will have notified
they will have notified
Future Continuous
I will be notifying
you will be notifying
he/she/it will be notifying
we will be notifying
you will be notifying
they will be notifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been notifying
you have been notifying
he/she/it has been notifying
we have been notifying
you have been notifying
they have been notifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been notifying
you will have been notifying
he/she/it will have been notifying
we will have been notifying
you will have been notifying
they will have been notifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been notifying
you had been notifying
he/she/it had been notifying
we had been notifying
you had been notifying
they had been notifying
Conditional
I would notify
you would notify
he/she/it would notify
we would notify
you would notify
they would notify
Past Conditional
I would have notified
you would have notified
he/she/it would have notified
we would have notified
you would have notified
they would have notified
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.notify - inform (somebody) of somethingnotify - inform (somebody) of something; "I advised him that the rent was due"
inform - impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; "I informed him of his rights"

notify

verb inform, tell, advise, alert to, announce, warn, acquaint with, make known to, apprise of The skipper notified the coastguard of the tragedy.

notify

verb
To impart information to:
Translations
يَبْلُغُيُبْلِغ، يُعْلِم
informovatupozornitvyrozumět
underrettemeddele
avizi
ilmoittaa
obavijestiti
értesít
láta vitaláta vita, tilkynnatilkynna
通知する
통지하다
paziņot
obvestiti
meddelaunderrätta
แจ้งให้ทราบ
bildirimde bulunmakbildirmekhaber vermek
thông báo

notify

[ˈnəʊtɪfaɪ] VTavisar
you must notify the policedebes avisar a la policíadebes notificarlo a la policía
to notify sb of sthcomunicar or notificar algo a algn

notify

[ˈnəʊtɪfaɪ] vt [+ person] → avertir
to notify sb of sth → avertir qn de qch
to notify sb that → informer qn que

notify

vt person, candidatebenachrichtigen, unterrichten (form); change of address, loss, disease etcmelden; to notify somebody of somethingjdn von etw benachrichtigen, jdm etw mitteilen; authorities, insurance companyjdm etw melden; to be notified of somethingüber etw (acc)informiert werden, von etw benachrichtigt or unterrichtet (form)werden

notify

[ˈnəʊtɪˌfaɪ] vt to notify sb of sthinformare or avvisare qn di qc; (police) → denunciare qc a qn
to notify sth to sb → notificare qc a qn
you should notify the police that your car has been stolen → deve denunciare il furto della macchina alla polizia

notify

(ˈnəutifai) verb
to inform or warn about something. He notified the headmaster of his intentions; If there has been an accident you must notify the police.
ˌnotifiˈcation (-fi-) noun

notify

يَبْلُغُ vyrozumět underrette benachrichtigen ειδοποιώ notificar ilmoittaa notifier obavijestiti informare 通知する 통지하다 informeren underrette zawiadomić notificar извещать underrätta แจ้งให้ทราบ bildirimde bulunmak thông báo 通知

notify

v. avisar, informar, notificar;
___ your doctor at onceAvise a su médico en seguida.
References in classic literature ?
As these patient drudges were mingling their tears, they were notified that they must go on duty again, for one of the political parties had nominated a thief and was about to hold a gratification meeting.
Then I'll see that yer gover'ment's notified where you be an' they'll soon send a man- o'war to fetch ye off.
In fact, that officer has already been notified that you are entertaining a man other than your husband behind the locked door of your cabin.
At eight o'clock in the evening Athos ordered the horses to be saddled, and Lord de Winter and his friends notified that they must prepare for the expedition.
I notified the agency yesterday afternoon to send over a few samples this morning.
Of course you would be notified what day and train to expect Pollyanna on.
At our last conversation, I notified you of my intention to communicate to you my decision in regard to the subject of that conversation.
As soon as Sir Sagramor got well, he notified me that there was a little account to settle between us, and he named a day three or four years in the future; place of settlement, the lists where the offense had been given.
They found that the dagger was gone, and they notified the police and pawnbrokers everywhere.
Turning to Captain Bonneville, he pointed to a hill hard by, and informed him, that behind it was a village governed by a little chief, whom he had notified of the approach of the bald-headed chief, and a party of the Big Hearts of the East, and that he was prepared to receive them in becoming style.
At three o'clock on the morning of the twenty-first of June, we were awakened and notified that the Azores islands were in sight.
It seemed that when the Lady Maud had not returned to the palace with Prince Richard at the proper time, the Queen had been notified and an immediate search had been instituted--a search which did not end for over twenty years; but the first fruits of it turned the hearts of the court to stone, for there beside the open postern gate lay the dead bodies of Lady Maud and a certain officer of the Guards, but nowhere was there a sign or trace of Prince Richard, second son of Henry III of England, and at that time the youngest prince of the realm.