notice


notice
I
n.
heed

1) to take notice of

2) to attract notice

3) to escape notice

4) scant notice (to attract scant notice)

sign

5) to place, pose, put up a notice

announcement
notification

6) to serve notice on

7) advance notice

8) a notice that + clause (we read the notice that the water would be turned off for two hours)

9) at, on short notice

10) until further notice

warning of one's intention to end an agreement

11) to give notice

12) to put smb. on notice

13) a month's; week's notice

14) (colloq.) notice to + inf. (the landlady gave him notice to move)

15) subject to notice

review

16) to get rave notices (the play got rave notices)

mention

17) a brief notice

18) a book notice

II
v.

1) (I) we noticed him leave the house

2) (J) we noticed him leaving the house

3) (L) we noticed that she had left

* * *
['nəʊtɪs]
on short notice
put up a notice
week's notice
(I) we noticed him leave the house
(J) we noticed him leaving the house
(L) we noticed that she had left
['announcement'] ['notification'] to serve notice on
['heed'] to take notice of
['mention'] a brief notice
['sign'] to place
['warning of one's intention to end an agreement'] to give notice
a book notice
a month's
advance notice
at
subject to notice
to attract notice
to escape notice
to put smb. on notice
until further notice
(colloq.) notice to + inf. (the landlady gave him notice to move)
['review'] to get rave notices (the play got rave notices)
scant notice (to attract scant notice)
a notice that + clause (we read the notice that the water would be turned off for two hours)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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