notice

ˈnəutɪs

Перевод:

Verb: замечать отмечать обращать внимание уведомлять
Noun: внимание уведомление извещение сообщение

Фразы:

to be beneath notice (contempt) - не заслуживать внимания (даже презрения)

to come to smb.'s attention / notice - доходить до кого-л., становиться известным кому-л.

dismissal notice - уведомление об увольнении

at / on short notice - тотчас же, в короткий срок

to attract notice - привлекать внимание

to attract scant notice - привлекать мало внимания

to pin up a notice on the wall - приколоть записку к стене

to alter prices without notice - менять цену без уведомления

notice board - доска объявлений

notice attention - привлекать внимание

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Примеры:

I noticed an error in the book. - В книге я заметил ошибку.

I didn't notice any smoke. - Я не заметил никакого дыма.

She noticed a smell of gas. - Она обратила внимание на запах газа.

The plan is not worth our notice. - Этот план не стоит нашего внимания.

She pretended not to notice. - Она сделала вид, что ничего не заметила.

The office is closed until further notice. - Офис закрыт до дальнейшего уведомления.

I waved but they took no notice. - Я помахал им рукой, но они этого не заметили.

The notice was put above the door. - Объявление было приклеено над дверью.

Have you noticed any change in him? - Вы не заметили в нём каких-то перемен?

Did you receive any notice about the sale? - Ты получил какое-нибудь уведомление о торгах?

I realize this is very short notice. - Я понимаю, что говорю это в самый последний момент.

Did you notice her engagement ring? - Ты обратил внимание на ее обручальное кольцо?

You didn't notice that I got my hair cut. - Ты не обратил внимания, что я подстриглась.

I can't make it Friday. It's very short notice. - В пятницу я не успею: времени слишком мало.

A notice had been pasted to the door. - На двери было наклеено уведомление.

You didn't give me enough notice. - Ты слишком поздно меня предупредил.

The party was arranged at short notice. - Вечеринка была организована в кратчайшие сроки.

They closed the factory, giving the workers only a week's notice. - Они закрыли завод, предупредив работников всего за неделю до этого.

I noticed that her hands were shaking. - Я заметил, что у неё дрожат руки.

This notice had been served on her six weeks before. - Она получила эту повестку шесть недель назад.

Can you pin this to the notice board? - Ты можешь прикрепить это к доске объявлений?

Jim gave notice on Thursday. - В четверг Джим написал заявление (об уходе).

She stuck a notice up on the wall. - Она прилепила на стену какое-то объявление.

They didn't give me sufficient notice. - Меня слишком поздно предупредили.

Can you run off 200 copies of this notice? - Можете сделать 200 копий этого объявления?

These rules are subject to change without notice. - Эти правила могут изменяться без предварительного уведомления.

Astute readers will notice the error. - Проницательные читатели заметят эту ошибку.

Did you notice him leaving the party early? - Ты обратил внимание, что он рано ушёл с вечеринки?

She noticed me leaving the meeting early. - Она заметила, что я ушёл с собрания пораньше.

Tack the notice on the board. - Прикрепи(те) объявление на доску.

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Связанные термины:

D-notice: an official notice sent to newspapers, prohibiting the publication of certain security information

rave notice: a very enthusiastic review

take notice: If you take notice of a particular fact or situation, you behave in a way that shows that you are aware of it.

charge notice: A notice is one of a number of letters that are similar or exactly the same which an organization sends to people in order to give them information or ask them to do something.

death notice: a public announcement, e. g . in a newspaper, that someone has died

final notice: a final letter or other communication sent to somebody by a creditor warning that if an obligation is not met by a specific date (usually if payment is not made) legal action will be taken

notice board: a board on which notices, advertisements, bulletins, etc, are displayed

notice period: A period is a length of time.

prior notice: If you give notice about something that is going to happen, you give a warning in advance that it is going to happen.

serve notice: to give formal warning or information, as of intentions ; announce

short notice: little advance warning

wanted notice: a public announcement by the police that they want to question someone in connection with a crime that has been committed

advance notice: the act of perceiving ; observation ; attention

eviction notice: an advance notice that someone must leave a property

renewal notice: A notice is one of a number of letters that are similar or exactly the same which an organization sends to people in order to give them information or ask them to do something.

warning notice: official notification of a danger or threat

enforcement notice: A notice is one of a number of letters that are similar or exactly the same which an organization sends to people in order to give them information or ask them to do something.

give sb notice: If an employer gives an employee notice, the employer tells the employee that he or she must leave his or her job within a short fixed period of time.

issue a notice: A notice is one of a number of letters that are similar or exactly the same which an organization sends to people in order to give them information or ask them to do something.

take no notice: If you take no notice of someone or something, you do not consider them to be important enough to affect what you think or what you do.

to give notice: If an employer gives an employee notice, the employer tells the employee that he or she must leave his or her job within a fixed period of time.

at short notice: Notice is used in expressions such as ' at short notice ', ' at a moment's notice ', or ' at twenty-four hours ' notice ', to indicate that something can or must be done within a short period of time.

escape sb's notice: If something escapes your notice, you fail to recognize it or realize it.

notice an improvement: If there is an improvement in something, it becomes better . If you make improvements to something, you make it better.

take no notice of: to ignore or disregard

until further notice: If a situation is said to exist until further notice, it will continue for an uncertain length of time until someone changes it.

at two hours' notice: with notification only two hours in advance

bring to sb's notice: If you bring something to someone's notice, you make them aware of it.

come to sb's notice: If something comes to your notice, you become aware of it.

noticeboard: A noticeboard is a board which is usually attached to a wall in order to display notices giving information about something.

pinboard: a board on which notices, advertisements, bulletins, etc, are displayed

tackboard: a noticeboard

hand in one's notice/give in one's notice: If you hand in your notice or give in your notice, you tell your employer that you intend to leave your job soon within a set period of time.

on short notice at a moment's notice at minutes, hours, days notice: Notice is used in expressions such as ' on short notice ,' ' at a moment's notice ,' or ' at twenty-four hours ' notice ,' to indicate that something can or must be done within a short period of time.

bulletin board: A bulletin board is a board which is usually attached to a wall in order to display notices giving information about something.

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Однокоренные слова:

noticeable - заметный, приметный, достойный внимания
noticed - замеченный
noticing - замечающий

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