Sinônimos de notice
a displayed placard or announcement giving informationI saw a little notice advertising an open day at a nearby estate.
a sign saying that the highway was closed
She recently placed an advertisement in the local paper.
Her picture was on wanted posters all over the country.
The marchers sang and waved placards.
She came into my room without warning.
A sign forbids the posting of bills.
advance notification of something such as intention to end a contract of employmentUnions are requested to give seven days' notice of industrial action.
We require written notification from the person who signed the booking form.
health warning about the overconsumption of sugar
Most have now left the country on the advice of their governments.
their first public intimation of how they will spend the budget
They still haven't had any news about the survivors.
The ambassador has brought a communication from the President.
a senior officer involved in gathering intelligence
There has been no formal announcement by either government.
advance warning, ,
heads up (US, Canadian)
a theatrical or literary reviewShe got some good notices for her performance last night.
observation or attentionNothing that went on in the hospital escaped her notice.
Let me draw your attention to some important issues.
interest, , ,
They will follow the political crisis with interest.
He said there should be careful consideration of the company's future role.
careful observation of the movement of the planets
He pays too much heed these days to my nephew.
British) They predicted that many teachers would be given their notice by the end of next term.
the sack (informal),
People who make mistakes can be given the sack the same day.
his dismissal from his post
They face receiving a dishonourable discharge from the Army.
the boot (slang),
the push (slang),
Two cabinet ministers also got the push.
marching orders (informal),
the (old) heave-ho (informal),
your books or cards (informal)
to point out or remark uponPeople should not hesitate to contact the police if they notice anything suspicious.
In 1664 Hooke observed a reddish spot on the surface of the planet.
I saw a man making his way towards me.
You mind what I say now!
Suddenly I noted that the rain had stopped.
He left the party seconds before smoke was spotted coming up the stairs.
Everyone has remarked what a lovely person she is.
He could distinguish voices.
I perceived a number of changes.
He could detect a certain sadness in her face.
Few people at the conference heeded her warning.
Under the bridge we could just discern a shadowy figure.
behold (archaic, literary),
The garden was a joy to behold.
Mark my words. He won't last.
See take no notice of something or someone
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in the sense of advertisement
any public announcement designed to sell goods or publicize an eventShe recently placed an advertisement in the local paper.
in the sense of advice
formal notification of factsMost have now left the country on the advice of their governments.
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