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notice /ˈnəʊtəs, ˈnəʊtɪs $ ˈnoʊ-/ verb [intransitive, transitive not in progressive]
notice noun


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

notice
[noun]
Synonyms:
- observation, cognizance, consideration, heed, interest, note, regard
- attention, civility, respect
- announcement, advice, communication, instruction, intimation, news, notification, order, warning
[verb]
Synonyms:
- observe, detect, discern, distinguish, mark, note, perceive, see, spot
Contrasted words: disinterest, disregard, indifference, unconcern, carelessness, heedlessness, unmindfulness, insouciance, negligence, recklessness, ignore, neglect, overlook, slight
Related Words: care, concern, consideration, thought, apprehension, grasp, understanding, acknowledge, recognize, advert, allude, refer
English Thesaurus: notice, detect, spot, become aware/conscious, can tell, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. notice1 S1 W2 /ˈnəʊtəs, ˈnəʊtɪs $ ˈnoʊ-/ verb [intransitive, transitive not in progressive]
[Word Family: adjective: noticeable, unnoticed; verb: notice; noun: notice; adverb: noticeably]

1. if you notice something or someone, you realize that they exist, especially because you can see, hear, or feel them:
He noticed a woman in a black dress sitting across from him.
I didn’t notice any smoke.
Have you noticed any change in him?
notice (that)
I noticed that her hands were shaking.
He never seems to notice when people take advantage of him.
notice who/what/how etc
She hadn’t noticed before quite how grey his hair was.
notice somebody/something doing something
Did you notice him leaving the party early?

2. be noticed/get (somebody) noticed to get attention, or to make someone get attention:
These clothes will get you noticed and enhance your image.

3. somebody can’t help noticing something (also somebody can’t help but notice something) if someone can’t help noticing something, they realize that it exists or is happening even though they are not deliberately trying to pay attention to it:
I couldn’t help noticing the bruises on her arm.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. notice2 S2 W2 noun
[Word Family: adjective: noticeable, unnoticed; verb: notice; noun: notice; adverb: noticeably]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin notitia 'knowledge, familiarity', from notus 'known']

1. ATTENTION [uncountable] when you notice or pay attention to someone or something:
I waved but they took no notice.
not take any/much notice (of something)
I did not take much notice of her suggestions.
I hope you’ll take notice of what I’m going to tell you.
This problem may have escaped your notice so far (=you may not have noticed it).
This never came to my notice (=I never knew about this).
There are several important matters that I’d like to bring to your notice (=that I would like you to know about).

2. ON PAPER [countable] a written or printed statement that gives information or a warning to people ⇒ sign:
The notice on the wall said ‘No smoking’.
I’ll put up a notice about the meeting.
obituary notices (=about people who have just died) in the newspaper

3. TIME TO PREPARE [uncountable] information or a warning about something that is going to happen ⇒ warning
without notice
These rules are subject to change without notice.
sufficient/reasonable notice
They didn’t give me sufficient notice.
advance/prior notice
When you’re on the mailing list, you’ll receive advance notice of upcoming events.
ten days’/three months’ etc notice (=a warning ten days etc before)
They closed the factory, giving the workers only a week’s notice.
Firefighters were prepared to rush out at a moment’s notice.
notice of
his failure to give notice of his intention to alter the property
notice to do something
I’ve been given notice to quit my flat (=I have been told that I must leave by a certain date).
Union members served strike notice (=warned that they would go on strike) late last night.

4. until further notice from now until another change is announced:
The office is closed until further notice.

5. hand in your notice/give (your) notice to tell your employer that you will be leaving your job soon Synonym : resign:
Jim gave notice on Thursday.

6. at short notice British English, on short notice American English if you do something at short notice, you do not have very much time to prepare for it:
The trip was planned on short notice.
Thanks for agreeing to see me at such short notice.
a cancellation at very short notice

7. BOOK/PLAY ETC [countable usually plural] a statement of opinion, especially one written for a newspaper or magazine, about a new play, book, film etc Synonym : review:
The new play got mixed notices (=some good, some bad) in the newspapers.
sit up (and take notice) at sit up(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

notice
noun
I. attention
VERB + NOTICE take Take no notice of what you read in the papers.
come to Normally such matters would not come to my notice.
bring to | attract The change was too subtle to attract much notice.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

notice
II. written statement
ADJ. warning
VERB + NOTICE issue, place, post, put up The company has issued warning notices saying that all water should be boiled.
take down | read, see
NOTICE + VERB appear, go up The notice about his resignation went up this morning.
say sth, tell sb sth
PREP. ~ about There are notices about where to park.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

notice
III. information given in advance
ADJ. written | advance, prior | short | reasonable
VERB + NOTICE give, hand in your She's given notice that she intends to leave.
have, receive | need, require The bank requires three days' notice.
PREP. without ~ They cut off the electricity without notice.
~ of A landlord must give reasonable notice of his intention to inspect the property.
PHRASES at a moment's notice The team is ready to go anywhere in the world at a moment's notice.
at short notice It's the best we can do at such short notice.
notice to quit His landlord gave him two months' notice to quit.
on a month's/week's, etc. notice She's on a week's notice, which doesn't give her long to find another job.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

notice
verb
ADV. not even My mum probably won't even notice I'm gone.
not really Nobody really noticed the changes.
barely, hardly, scarcely | (only) just I must go! I've only just noticed how late it is.
suddenly | at once, immediately He noticed at once that something was wrong.
quickly, soon | eventually, finally
VERB + NOTICE fail to | not appear to, not seem to He didn't seem to notice her.
PHRASES can't/couldn't help noticing sth You couldn't help noticing how his eyes kept following her.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

notice

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

notice
I.
noun
1.
BAD: I wrote him a notice saying that the package had arrived.
GOOD: I wrote him a note saying that the package had arrived.

Usage Note:
notice = a short written statement giving information or directions, usually found in a public place: 'There was a notice on the wall saying
"Private property. No parking."
note = a short informal letter or written message from one person to another: 'Just a quick note to say that Helen had a baby boy yesterday.'

2.
See NOTICE 3 (notice)

3.
BAD: It was so crowded that at first I didn't take any notice of him.
GOOD: It was so crowded that at first I didn't see/notice him.

Usage Note:
take notice of = pay attention to: 'Nobody ever takes any notice of what I say.'
notice = become aware of; see: 'I didn't suspect anything until I noticed that my chequebook was missing.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

notice
II.
verb
BAD: I could notice that he was not enjoying himself.
GOOD: I noticed that he was not enjoying himself.
GOOD: I could see that he was not enjoying himself.

Usage Note:
Notice is not used with can/could : 'They were so busy that they didn't notice how late it was getting.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

notice
ˈnəutɪs
See: sit up and take notice , take note of or take notice of

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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