Lengua inglesa
1 an announcement displayed or delivered publicly.
2 one's attention It escaped my notice .
3 a warning or notification given, eg before leaving, or dismissing someone from, a job give in one's notice will continue until further notice .
4 a review of a performance or book, etc.
verb (noticed , noticing )
1 to observe; to become aware of something.
2 to remark on something.
3 to show signs of recognition of someone, etc.
4 to treat someone with polite attention.
[15c: French, from Latin notitia , from notus known]
at short notice with little warning or time for preparation, etc.
take notice to take interest in one's surroundings, etc.
take notice of someone or something to pay attention to them.

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adjective easily seen; clearly apparent; worthy of notice.
noticeably adverb .

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noun a board on which notices are displayed.

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1 an announcement or warning.
2 the act or means of notifying.

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verb (notifies , notified , notifying ) (esp notify someone of something) to tell or to inform them about it.
[14c: from Latin notus known + facere to make]
notifiable adjective said of infectious diseases: that must be reported to the public health authorities.

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