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Noun
The fact of observing or paying attention to something
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“What escaped their notice at the time would become blindingly obvious in the aftermath.”
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A written or printed announcement
“There was a notice on the door listing the rules of the dorm.”
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A written or printed advertisement
“A notice was plastered on the alley wall to promote an upcoming concert by the artist.”
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A formal notification
“Do not use the coffee machine until further notice.”
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A notification or warning of something, especially to allow for preparations
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“We were given advance notice of a scheduled fire safety drill within the building.”
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Termination of employment
“The company isn't doing very well and we could all be given notice at any second.”
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A declaration to end an agreement at a specified time, typically concerning employment or tenancy
“The First Order considered Finn's hijacking of a TIE fighter as notice of his resignation as a stormtrooper.”
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A short published review of a new film, play, or book
“A short notice cannot do justice to this admirable and thought-provoking book.”
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A cue or warning based on past or current events
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A short informal letter or written message
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An appeal or demand for something to happen or be done
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An official or legal warning, typically given to someone who has committed an offense
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The action of forcing or throwing something out
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A sign for the control of traffic or the information of drivers
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The time between the initiation and completion of a production process
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A distinct section of a piece of writing, usually dealing with a single theme and indicated by a new line, indentation, or numbering
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An official notice of a traffic offense
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The action of showing that one has noticed someone or something
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A piece of paper used in commercial transactions
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An article reporting news
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A censure of someone or something on the basis of perceived faults or mistakes
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Appreciation or acclaim for an achievement, service, or ability
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A loose page or section in a magazine or other publication, typically one carrying an advertisement
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Applications of accent
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A rejection by right of veto
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An act of listening to evidence in a court of law or before an official, especially a trial before a judge without a jury
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The publicizing of a product, organization, or venture so as to increase sales or public awareness
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Verb
To see with the eyes
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“I would often notice a puppy dog playing in the neighbor's backyard.”
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To become aware of
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“Lewis started to notice that he was becoming something of a role model.”
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(rare) To mention as an example or reference
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“I would briefly notice the author's first published work in my lecture.”
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To discover something either by chance or intention
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To perceive information through one's senses
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To greet or physically respond to by recognizing the presence of
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Dismissal from employment
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To show appreciation in an official manner
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To warn or reprimand someone firmly
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Be cautious and alert to risks or dangers
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To feel about or regard something
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