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notice

美 [ˈnoʊtɪs]
英 [ˈnəʊtɪs]
  • n.注意;通知;通告;布告
  • v.注意;留意;意识到;注意到
  • 网络公告;注意事项;通知公告
复数:notices  现在分词:noticing  过去式:noticed  
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n.
注意paying attention
1.
[u]
注意;理会;察觉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.
别在意你在报上看到的东西。
Take no notice of what he says.
别理会他说的话。
These protests have really made the government sit up and take notice(= realize the importance of the situation) .
这些抗议活动确实引起了政府的警觉和注意。
It was Susan who brought the problem to my notice(= told me about it) .
是苏珊使我注意到这个问题的。
Normally, the letter would not have come to my notice(= I would not have known about it) .
通常情况下,我是不会看到这封信的。
It will not have escaped your notice that there have been some major changes in the company.
你肯定会注意到公司已经发生了一些重大的变化。
通报信息giving information
2.
[c]
通告;布告;通知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.
布告牌上有一则通知说这堂课取消了。
3.
[c]
公告牌;警示牌a board or sign giving information, an instruction or a warning
a notice saying ‘Keep off the grass’
写着“勿踏草地”的公告牌
宣布announcing sth
4.
[c]
启事;声明a small advertisement or announcement in a newspaper or magazine
notices of births, marriages and deaths
出生喜报、结婚启事和讣告
5.
[c]
通知a short announcement made at the beginning or end of a meeting, a church service, etc.
There are just two notices this week.
本周只有两项通知。
警告warning
6.
[u]
预告;警告information or a warning given in advance of sth that is going to happen
You must give one month's notice .
你必须一个月前发出通知。
Prices may be altered without notice.
价格变动不另行通知。
The bar is closed until further notice(= until you are told that it is open again) .
酒吧停止营业,直到另行通知。
You are welcome to come and stay as long as you give us plenty of notice.
只要你及早通知,我们都欢迎你来住宿。
辞职;搬迁when leaving job/house
7.
[u]
辞职信;搬迁通知a formal letter or statement saying that you will or must leave your job or house at the end of a particular period of time
He has handed in his notice .
他递交了辞呈。
They gave her two weeks' notice .
他们通知她两周后搬走。
书评;剧评review of book/play
8.
[c]
(报刊上对书籍、戏剧等的)评论,短评a short article in a newspaper or magazine, giving an opinion about a book, play, etc.
IDM
This was the best room we could get at such short notice.
这是我们临时能弄到的最好的房间了。
You must be ready to leave at a moment's notice.
你必须随时准备出发。
at short notice|at a moments notice
随时;一经通知立即;没有准备时间not long in advance; without warning or time for preparation
This was the best room we could get at such short notice.
这是我们临时能弄到的最好的房间了。
You must be ready to leave at a moment's notice.
你必须随时准备出发。
on short notice
v.
看到;听到see/hear
1.
[i][t]
看(或听)到;注意到;意识到to see or hear sb/sth; to become aware of sb/sth
People were making fun of him but he didn't seem to notice.
人们在拿他开玩笑,但他好像没有意识到。
The first thing I noticed about the room was the smell.
我首先注意到的是这屋子里的气味。
I couldn't help noticing (that) she was wearing a wig.
我一眼就看出她戴着假发。
Did you notice how Rachel kept looking at her watch?
你有没有注意到雷切尔在不停地看她的手表?
I noticed them come in.
我注意到他们进来了。
I didn't notice him leaving.
我没看到他离开。
注意pay attention
2.
[t]
~ sb/sth
注意;留意to pay attention to sb/sth
She wears those strange clothes just to get herself noticed.
她穿那些奇装异服不过是想引人注意而已。

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