an announcement containing information about an event
"you didn't give me enough notice"; "an obituary notice"; "a notice of sale
notice, observation, observance(noun)
the act of noticing or paying attention
"he escaped the notice of the police"
a request for payment
"the notification stated the grace period and the penalties for defaulting"
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"
poster, posting, placard, notice, bill, card(noun)
a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
"a poster advertised the coming attractions"
notification, posting, handbill, bank note, throwaway, lineup, measure, pecker, wit, bank bill, bill of fare, circular, mailing, greenback, observance, neb, identity card, peak, banknote, invoice, eyeshade, vizor, calling card, scorecard, board, beak, carte, broadsheet, carte du jour, flier, add-in, broadside, bill, observation, plug-in, bill sticker, government note, card, menu, banker's bill, visiting card, visor, batting order, circuit board, post horse, poster, billhook, bill poster, wag, placard, post-horse, flyer, circuit card, account, nib, note
polite or favorable attention
"his hard work soon attracted the teacher's notice"
a short critical review
"the play received good notices"
detect, observe, find, discover, notice(verb)
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"
line up, detect, recover, chance upon, follow, strike, let out, find oneself, get wind, get, get hold, reveal, keep an eye on, attain, let on, find, acknowledge, retrieve, get word, fall upon, rule, disclose, divulge, chance, abide by, determine, see, find out, keep, key, come up, remark, bring out, celebrate, watch over, comment, take note, honor, identify, name, encounter, learn, come upon, happen, watch, receive, happen upon, feel, describe, point out, chance on, incur, come across, expose, observe, get a line, distinguish, witness, honour, mention, pick up, give away, ascertain, mark, maintain, unwrap, break, respect, bump, light upon, regain, obtain, discover, key out, note, hear
notice, mark, note(verb)
notice or perceive
"She noted that someone was following her"; "mark my words"
detect, distinguish, pit, point out, mark, commemorate, pock, find, tick, nock, differentiate, acknowledge, strike out, punctuate, score, brand, grade, remark, comment, take note, check off, cross off, take down, stigmatize, note, observe, strike off, mark off, stigmatise, mention, denounce, tag, scar, label, set, discover, tick off, cross out, check
comment, notice, remark, point out(verb)
make or write a comment on
"he commented the paper of his colleague"
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"
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How to use notice in a sentence?
People for a generation have taken it for granted, when people start taking notice that a woman's right to choose could be in peril, these numbers will look a bit different.
Now we're reinvigorated and I think this is going to be something that everyone's going to notice a very big difference.
It's not on hold (while we come up with a definition), we are having ongoing discussions with communities about what they can do to, again, honor detainers, to provide notice, to do all the things that we're asking them to do, and so, having those discussions with jurisdictions is one way to come to an agreement.
There is a double standard [in the film industry]. I notice that with actress friends of mine. And it's disgusting. It's not a problem that's specific to Hollywood.
This expression was created and expanded over numerous years. And possibly it will continue to be expanded. You will notice that the Internet has altered how the expression is written. I Wrote the first two lines in 1974. There are two experiences that you can never get back. First, words after they had been uttered. And second, a stone after it has been thrown. 1974 I added a third experience in 1980 after personal dramatic circumstances in my life. As a result, the expression was changed as written below. There are three experiences that you can never get back. One, words after they have been spoken. Two, a stone after it has been thrown. Three, a moment or after it has passed In January 1984, my father died, and I added a fourth item. which was stated in a different manner to my brother. Later that same year, I added a fifth experience, related to my brother who had cancer. Remember to spend time with those you love. There are five experiences that you can never get back. One, words after they have been spoken. Two, a stone after it has been thrown. Three, a moment or occasion after it has passed. Four, a person after they have passed. Five, time once it has passed. The final two experiences were added twelve years later in 1996. They are rarely included in the various depictions I have seen on the Internet. The only logic I can conclude for their lack of inclusion, is that I stopped posting to inspirational and poetic websites for several years.. Thus, the final or I should say current construction is noted below. There are seven things you can never get back. 1. Words after they have been spoken. 2. A stone after it has been thrown. 3. A moment or occasion after it has passed. 4. A person after they have passed. 5. Time once it has passed. 6. Betrayal after it has transpired. 7. A lie after it has been spoken. RJ Intindola ―
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- لاحظ, انتبهArabic
- adonar-se, fixar-se en, notarCatalan, Valencian
- výpověď, oznámeníCzech
- opsigelsesfrist, notits, bemærkeDanish
- bemerken, Kündigungsfrist, Bekanntmachung, Benachrichtigung, Mitteilung, feststellen, beachtenGerman
- αντιλαμβάνομαι, προσέχω, σημειώνω, παρατηρώGreek
- anoncado, afiŝoEsperanto
- comunicación, darse cuenta, notificaciónSpanish
- märkama, täheldamaEstonian
- huomio, huomata, ilmoitus, huomautus, tiedonanto, varoitus, havainto, arvosteluFinnish
- remarquer, s'apercevoirFrench
- fógra, fógraí, tabhair faoi dearaIrish
- aire, fiosScottish Gaelic
- שם לבHebrew
- felmondási időHungarian
- taka eftirIcelandic
- 気付く, 認知, 認める, 注目, お知らせJapanese
- whakaaturanga, pānuiMāori
- zauważyć, ogłoszeniePolish
- perceber, notar, ver, percepção, aviso prévioPortuguese
- aviz, notificare, observare, percepere, avertisment, înștiințareRomanian
- замечать, объявление, заметитьRussian
- zapažanje, primjetiti, zapazitiSerbo-Croatian
- förnimma, märka, notera, uppfatta, meddelande, besked, lägga märke till, observera, tänka påSwedish
- farkına varmak, farketmekTurkish
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