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Definition of “notice” - Learner’s Dictionary

notice

noun     /ˈnəʊtɪs/
SIGN [C]
a sign giving information about something: The notice said that the pool was closed for repairs. Have you seen any notices about the new sports club?Information and messages
WARNING [U]
a warning that something will happen: I had to give my landlord a month's notice before moving.Threats and warnings
at short notice UK ( US on short notice)
only a short time before something happensNot expected or planned
ATTENTION [U]
attention: I didn't take any notice of (= give attention to) his advice. It has come to our notice (= we became aware) that you are being overcharged for your insurance.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
hand/give in your notice
to tell your employer that you are going to stop working for them: I handed in my notice yesterday.Retiring and resigning from work
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