Definition of 'notify'
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You should also notify the court that you plan to do this. The Sun (2015)The police were duly notified and their own intensive search campaign began. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You must notify the taxman of losses within five years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can also be notified when a new video for your team is ready to view. The Sun (2013)He was cleared of speeding and failing to notify police who was driving. The Sun (2012)You must notify both your mortgage lender and your insurance company. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He said police were not notified for an hour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They must notify police about where they live and their movements. The Sun (2007)Did they fail to notify the police when they had suspicions? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Nearby countries must be notified within an hour. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you are going away for longer you must notify the insurer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yet the police were not notified. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Winner will be notified within 7 days of being selected. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They currently have up to 65 days to notify consumers after they have put up prices. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was arrested in December after the bank discovered the fraud and notified police. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You should also notify your mortgage lender and your insurer that you are no longer residing in the property and you are letting it. The Sun (2013)The competition closes at noon TOMORROW and a winner will be chosen at random and notified the same day. The Sun (2014)You will also be notified when a deal you've bought is close to expiring so you won't forget to redeem an experience. The Sun (2014)They also notify clients about companies that they think are at risk of collapse, thus providing early warning signs of a company's potential demise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'notify'
British English: notify /ˈnəʊtɪˌfaɪ/ VERB
If you notify someone of something, you officially inform them of it.
The captain notified the coastguard of the tragedy.
- American English: notify
- Arabic: يَبْلُغُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: notificar
- Chinese: 通知
- Croatian: obavijestiti
- Czech: vyrozumět koho o čem
- Danish: underrette
- Dutch: informeren
- European Spanish: notificar
- Finnish: ilmoittaa
- French: notifier
- German: benachrichtigen
- Greek: ειδοποιώ
- Italian: informare
- Japanese: 通知する
- Korean: 통지하다
- Norwegian: underrette
- Polish: zawiadomić
- European Portuguese: notificar
- Romanian: a notifica
- Russian: извещать
- Spanish: notificar
- Swedish: underrätta
- Thai: แจ้งให้ทราบ
- Turkish: bildirimde bulunmak
- Ukrainian: сповіщати
- Vietnamese: thông báo
Definition of notify from the Collins English Dictionary
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