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Translation of "notice" - English-Spanish dictionary

notice

noun /ˈnəutis/
a written or printed statement to announce something publicly anuncio He stuck a notice on the door, saying that he had gone home They put a notice in the paper announcing the birth of their daughter.
attention atención His skill attracted their notice I’ll bring the problem to his notice as soon as possible.
warning given especially before leaving a job or dismissing someone aviso Her employer gave her a month’s notice The cook gave in her notice Please give notice of your intentions.
noticeable adjective
(likely to be) easily noticed que se nota, evidente, obvio There’s a slight stain on this dress, but it’s not really noticeable.
noticeably adverb
de manera evidente This ball of wool is noticeably darker than these others.
noticed adjective
(opposite unnoticed). remarcado
noticeboard noun
(British ) a usually large board eg in a hall, school etc on which notices are put; bulletin board(American) tablón de anuncios She left a message on the school noticeboard.
at short notice
without much warning time for preparation etc a última hora He had to make the speech at very short notice when his boss suddenly fell ill.
take notice of
to pay attention to hacer caso He never takes any notice of what his father says Take no notice of gossip.
(Definition of notice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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