名词注意; 预告; 布告; 警告
及物动词通知; 注意到; 留心; 关照
1. take no notice of : 不注意..., 不理采...；
2. without notice : 不预先通知；
3. take notice : 注意；
4. sit up and take notice : 突然注意, 渐渐康复；
5. come into notice : 引起注意；
6. give notice : 通知；
1. Did you notice her engagement ring?
2. I noticed him winking at his brother.
3. The incident was noticed in a magazine.
1. It attracts one's notice.
2. The tenant received two month's notice.
A：Can I have my money back on this skirt?
B：Anything wrong with it?
A：Yes, this is defective. See? I didn’t notice this hole when I bought it.
B：Oh, I’m very sorry about that. You can change it for another one if you prefer.
A：If you have exactly the same one----size color, same design, and same size, of course.
B：This one is the same size and color. But the design is different.
A：Oh, I guess I have no choice. I’ll take this one.
1. 启事：形式有:在通知(通告)上方居中写上Notice字样作为标题;无称呼语,通知中用第三人称;出通知单位或负责人名字应写在正文最后的右下方,或放在标题之上,作为标题的一部分,这样最后不再署名...启事(Notice) 启事是一种公告性的通知,
2. 注意到：recognize是识辨的意思,你注意到(notice)一个你无法认出(recognize)的东西. 而realize是意识到的意思. recognize是识辨的意思,你注意到(notice)一个你无法认出(recognize)的东西. 而realize是意识到的意思.notice 双语例句
1. The notice of real estate registration system is a sort of creditor`s right with intense character of property right, and the system of China features its administrative property.
2. The terms of the expression Emptor familiae demand notice.
3. The breaching party shall have the opportunity to cure the breach of which it has been notified during this 30 day notice period.
4. And yet, if we examine what happened to the Dionysian powers under the pressure of that treaty we notice a great difference: in the place of the Babylonian Sacaea, with their throwback of men to the condition of apes and tigers, we now see entirely new rites celebrated: rites of universal redemption, of glorious transfiguration.
5. Students may make one transfer of their deposit or fees paid to another commencement date provided that a minimum of 8 weeks notice is given by registered mail.
6. You'll notice that if you translate even deeper into the screen the size of the font does not shrink like you'd expect it to.
7. The result may seem to be harsh on the owners who made plans in reliance on the first notice, but it would appear that the High Court was persuaded that charterers should not be deprived of the use of the ship for the full charter duration when the 30 day notice of redelivery was expressed to be approximate.
8. In April of this year the High Court in London held that a time charterers` 30 day approximate notice of redelivery could be revised by him, even though the shipowner was then forced to lose follow-on business fixed in reliance on the first notice.
9. Note: Before completing this notice, please read carefully the Notes on Completion of Notice of Revocation of
10. Please read the hotel information and notice carefully when fill in this reservation form.
11. This notice is to sit the Rhine rose organisms is based on performance rather than subject matter.
12. He is the boy who loves you clandestinely. He is always care for you and take notice of you at any time.
13. He is the boy who leaves you clandestinely. He is always care for you and take notice of you at any time.
14. We didn't notice for a long time that we were changing-almost petrifying.
15. Vii the people's court shall notify and consider Notice of other matters.
16. Iii by the court after notice and a hearing.
17. And I think it helps me a lot when I'm out there on the court because I can notice little changes, whether it's my level or my attitude, a lot quicker, and that definitely helps.
18. Time can also stop running if the court receives joint notice from the parties that they are attempting a reconciliation.
19. They wouldn't notice if you nicked one. If you had the balls, that is.
20. Purchase more room to office premises Certificate on 30th, Beijing launched the State Council to act resolutely to contain some urban housing prices rapid increases the notice, which provides for a temporary and limited measures, with a purchase families can only in the city's purchase of a commodity housing.
If you notice something or someone, you become aware of them.
e.g. People should not hesitate to contact the police if they've noticed anyone acting suspiciously...
e.g. I noticed that most academics were writing papers during the summer...
A notice is a written announcement in a place where everyone can read it.
e.g. Notices in the waiting room requested that you neither smoke nor spit...
e.g. A few guest houses had 'No Vacancies' notices in their windows.
If you give notice about something that is going to happen, you give a warning in advance that it is going to happen.
e.g. Interest is paid monthly. Three months' notice is required for withdrawals...
e.g. Unions are required to give seven days' notice of industrial action...
A notice is a formal announcement in a newspaper or magazine about something that has happened or is going to happen.
e.g. I rang The Globe with news of Blake's death, and put notices in the personal column of The Times...
e.g. The request is published in notices in today's national newspapers.
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.
e.g. Bonus notices were issued each year from head office to local agents...
e.g. There will be a creditors meeting on June 15 and notices will be circulated to all known creditors.
A notice is a written article in a newspaper or magazine in which someone gives their opinion of a play, film, or concert.
e.g. Nevertheless, it's good to know you've had good notices, even if you don't read them.
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.
e.g. There's no one available at such short notice to take her class...
e.g. All our things stayed in our suitcase, as if we had to leave at a moment's notice.
If you bring something to someone's notice, you make them aware of it.
e.g. I am so glad that you have brought this to my notice...
e.g. It was in 1982 that his name was first brought to our notice.
If something comes to your notice, you become aware of it.
e.g. Her work also came to the notice of the French actor-producer Louis Jouvet...
e.g. As I write, a very interesting case has come to my notice.
If something escapes your notice, you fail to recognize it or realize it.
e.g. It hasn't escaped our notice that the hospital has come out of all the proposed changes really quite nicely...
e.g. From the smallest to the largest production unit, no one escaped notice.
If a situation is said to exist until further notice, it will continue for an uncertain length of time until someone changes it.
e.g. All flights to Lanchow had been cancelled until further 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.
e.g. The next morning I telephoned him and gave him his 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.
e.g. He handed in his notice at the bank and ruined his promising career.
If you take notice of a particular fact or situation, you behave in a way that shows that you are aware of it.
e.g. We want the government to take notice of what we think they should do for single parents...
e.g. This should make people sit up and take 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.
e.g. They took no notice of him, he did not stand out, he was in no way remarkable...
e.g. I tried not to take any notice at first but then I was offended by it.
1. The firm manager said advanced notice would help the business prepare future rosters after being caught out previously.
2. This is a stern message serving notice that any unconstitutional act will not be tolerated.
3. Cultural enterprises are free from business tax for revenues made from overseas performances, the notice said.
4. And I hope people in Seattle are too busy buying season tickets to notice.
5. By and large, they have accomplished what many did not even notice on their radar.
6. In a notice issued over the weekend, law enforcement agencies promised leniency to rioters who turned themselves in by last night.
7. A notice released by the Shenzhen municipal commission of transport and the public security bureau cited safety concerns as the reason for the ban.
8. The notice also demanded game developers to clean up their act when promoting their products.
9. The new notice of the central environmental authority grabs the bull by the horns.
10. Officials who violate land supply rules face disciplinary action and prosecution, said the notice.notice什么意思notice 英英释义
1. the act of noticing or paying attention
e.g. he escaped the notice of the police
2. polite or favorable attention
e.g. his hard work soon attracted the teacher's notice
3. a short critical review
e.g. the play received good notices
4. an announcement containing information about an event
e.g. you didn't give me enough notice
an obituary notice
a notice of sal
5. a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
e.g. a poster advertised the coming attractions
6. a request for payment
e.g. the notification stated the grace period and the penalties for defaulting
7. advance notification (usually written) of the intention to withdraw from an arrangement of contract
e.g. we received a notice to vacate the premises
he gave notice two months before he moved
1. make or write a comment on
e.g. he commented the paper of his colleague
Synonym: commentremarkpoint out
2. express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with
e.g. He never acknowledges his colleagues when they run into him in the hallway
She acknowledged his complement with a smile
it is important to acknowledge the work of others in one's own writing
3. notice or perceive
e.g. She noted that someone was following her
mark my words
4. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of
e.g. She detected high levels of lead in her drinking water
We found traces of lead in the paint