French translation of 'notice'
1. (= sign) écriteau m
to put up a notice mettre un écriteau
a warning notice un avertissement
2. (in newspaper)
(gen) annonce f
(of a death) avis m
3. (= advance notification) préavis m
She could have done it if she’d had a bit more notice. Elle aurait pu le faire si on l’avait prévenue un peu plus tôt.
to give sb 24 hours’ notice donner un préavis de 24 heures à qn
The union was to give the management 28 days’ notice of strikes. Le syndicat devait donner un préavis de 24 heures à la direction en cas de grève.
to give sb notice of sth notifier qn de qch
advance notice préavis m
without notice sans préavis
at short notice dans un délai très court
at 24 hours’ notice dans un délai de 24 heures
at a moment’s notice immédiatement
until further notice jusqu’à nouvel ordre
4. (to end contract of employment) congé m
to give in one’s notice, to hand in one’s notice donner sa démission ⧫ démissionner
to be given one’s notice
She was given her notice. On lui a donné son congé.
5. (Britain) (= review) [of play, film, concert] critique f ⧫ compte rendu m
6. (= attention)
to bring sth to sb’s notice porter qch à la connaissance de qn
it has come to my notice that ... (I have been told that ...) on m’a signalé que ...; (I have noticed that ...) j’ai remarqué que ...
to escape sb’s notice échapper à qn
to take notice of sb/sth prêter attention à qn/qch
to take no notice of sb/sth ne pas faire attention à qn/qch
Don’t take any notice of him! Ne fais pas attention à lui !
remarquer ⧫ s’apercevoir de
I couldn’t help noticing sth je n’ai pu que remarquer qch
to notice that ... remarquer que ...
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Example Sentences Including 'notice'
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Make sure the employee is given notice pay.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Proper advance notice that existing banking arrangements are about to be changed or new charges introduced.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They just decided not to take any notice.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You could be paid in lieu of notice and asked to leave straight away.Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)
Both management and the workers must know that most of the public has hardly noticed the piecemeal action going on recently.The Sun (2009)
Can she demand the notice pay without going through this?The Sun (2016)
She noticed a handwritten note on the table and tentatively picked it up.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
There no one has time to notice.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They could sit where needed and at short notice.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
When doctors performed the op they noticed something was wrong and diagnosed me with liver disease.The Sun (2014)
You should just about notice the effort in your thighs.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Players must be released for friendly or competitive games if they are on the international calendar and the required notice is given.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They will have to give notice.The Sun (2017)
The first thing I noticed about it was that it was white.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Would anyone notice when we appeared on the screen?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
But I've noticed something strange.The Sun (2017)
He is not the first person to receive a double death notice.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He was told to throw away any letters received about the safety notice.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Keep inviting them over, as your son will benefit from knowing his grandparents, but spell out that you need more notice to visit them.The Sun (2016)
Shoppers discover this only when they read the notices inside the store.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Teachers need to notice a lot more.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
They have been banned from leaving the base until further notice.The Sun (2008)
Two unions have given notice of another strike on the same issue next Wednesday.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We are looking into how more of them can be ready on a shorter notice.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We can cancel this offer at any time without notice.The Sun (2016)
The disregard for both posted notices and polite behaviour on public transport seems flagrant.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Notice what happens to you physically and look for a good physical reason for your sensations.Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)
The first is to notice and acknowledge what is going on.Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)
Would anyone notice if your church stopped meeting?Christianity Today (2000)
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'notice' in Other Languages
British English: notice /ˈnəʊtɪs/ NOUN
sign A notice is a sign that gives information or instructions.
The notice said `Please close the door.'
- American English: notice note
- Arabic: إشْعَارٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aviso
- Chinese: 通知
- Croatian: obavijest
- Czech: oznámení
- Danish: besked
- Dutch: mededeling
- European Spanish: aviso
- Finnish: ilmoitus
- French: notice
- German: Mitteilung
- Greek: ανακοίνωση
- Italian: avviso
- Japanese: 注意 note
- Korean: 통지
- Norwegian: notis
- Polish: zawiadomienie
- European Portuguese: observação
- Romanian: anunț
- Russian: уведомляющий знак
- Spanish: aviso
- Swedish: meddelande
- Thai: ป้ายประกาศ
- Turkish: farkına varma
- Ukrainian: табличка
- Vietnamese: bảng lưu ý
British English: notice /ˈnəʊtɪs/ NOUN
warning Notice is advance warning about something.
She was transferred to a new office without notice.
- American English: notice termination
- Arabic: إنْذَارٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aviso
- Chinese: 预先通知
- Croatian: upozorenje
- Czech: výstraha
- Danish: varsel
- Dutch: aanzegging
- European Spanish: preaviso
- Finnish: irtisanominen sanoa irti työpaikka, asunto tms.
- French: avis
- German: Kündigung
- Greek: προθεσμία
- Italian: preavviso
- Japanese: 通告 解雇
- Korean: 해고 통보
- Norwegian: oppsigelse
- Polish: wypowiedzenie
- European Portuguese: aviso
- Romanian: înștiințare prealabilă
- Russian: предупреждение
- Spanish: preaviso
- Swedish: uppsägning
- Thai: การแจ้งล่วงหน้า
- Turkish: mühlet
- Ukrainian: попередження
- Vietnamese: thông báo
British English: notice /ˈnəʊtɪs/ VERB
If you notice something, you suddenly see or hear it.
Did you notice him leave the room?
- American English: notice
- Arabic: يُلَاحِظُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: notar
- Chinese: 注意到
- Croatian: primijetiti
- Czech: všimnout si
- Danish: bemærke
- Dutch: merken waarnemen
- European Spanish: notar
- Finnish: huomata
- French: remarquer
- German: bemerken Wahrnehmung
- Greek: παρατηρώ
- Italian: notare
- Japanese: 気づく
- Korean: 알아차리다
- Norwegian: bemerke
- Polish: zauważyć
- European Portuguese: notar
- Romanian: a observa
- Russian: заметить
- Spanish: notar
- Swedish: lägga märke till
- Thai: สังเกต
- Turkish: farkına varmak
- Ukrainian: помічати
- Vietnamese: chú ý
Translation of notice from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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