- 2023-11-18 14:45:52
the fact of sb paying attention to sb/sth or knowing about sth
Don't take any notice of what you read in the papers.
Take no notice of what he says.
These protests have really made the government sit up and take notice (= realize the importance of the situation) .
It was Susan who brought the problem to my notice (= told me about it) .
Normally, the letter would not have come to my notice (= I would not have known about it) .
(formal) It will not have escaped your notice that there have been some major changes in the company.
a sheet of paper giving written or printed information, usually put in a public place
There was a notice on the board saying the class had been cancelled.
a board or sign giving information, an instruction or a warning
a notice saying ‘Keep off the Grass’
a small advertisement or announcement in a newspaper or magazine
notices of births, marriages and deaths
a、 short announcement made at the beginning or end of a meeting, a church service, etc.
There are just two notices this week.
notice英式发音为[?n??t?s]，美式发音为[?no?t?s] 。 意思有：注意，预告，布告，警告，引起注意。