1. an announcement containing information about a future event;
2. the act of noticing or paying attention;
3. a request for payment;
4. advance notification (usually written) of the intention to withdraw from an arrangement or contract;
5. a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement;
6. polite or favorable attention;
7. a short critical review;
1. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of;
2. notice or perceive;
3. make or write a comment on;
4. express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with;
He tore down the notice.
Did you notice where I put my sunshade?
The notice was put up by the editorial board of the school journal.
If his dubious transactions come to the notice of the authorities, he'll get it in the neck.
Post this notice on the wall.
I didn't notice you when you passed by.
Don't let what Jack said worry you; that man's opinion of your performance is beneath your notice.
The names of the candidates will be put up on the college notice board.
The notice was pinned to the wall.
A notice was nailed up on the church door.
The boss fired him with one week's notice.
Every factory has received the notice.
Take no notice of him.
So you didn't notice anything special about him?
Britain was poised to fly medical staff to the country at short notice.
Tony didn't notice because he was too engrossed in his work.
I didn't really notice what I was eating.
All flights to Lanchow had been cancelled until further notice.
There's no one available at such short notice to take her class.
As I write, a very interesting case has come to my notice.
This should make people sit up and take notice.
She was transferred without notice.
Men never notice anything in a house run by their womenfolk.
All our things stayed in our suitcase, as if we had to leave at a moment's notice.
The offer will remain open until further notice.
By the time the tests took place, the athletes had had a full 17 hours notice.
It hasn't escaped our notice that the hospital has come out of all the proposed changes really quite nicely.
The entire world must take notice of something like this.
Nobody seemed to notice anything wrong.
We want the government to take notice of what we think they should do for single parents.
at short (或 a moment's) notice
with little warning or time for preparation
tours may be cancelled at short notice.
put someone on notice (或 serve notice)
warn someone of something about or likely to occur, especially in a formal or threatening manner
we're going to put foreign governments on notice that we want a change of trade policy.
take no notice
pay no attention to someone or something
pay attention; show signs of interest
notice, note, mind, attend, remark
notice সম্পর্কে তুলনামূলক কম তথ্য রয়েছে, আপনার মেজাজ শিথিল করার জন্য আপনি দ্বিভাষিক কাহিনী দেখতে পারেন, আমি আপনাকে একটি শুভ দিন কামনা করছি!
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