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—n., v., -ticed, -tic•ing.
1. an announcement or intimation of something impending; warning: a day's notice.
2. a note, placard, or the like conveying information or a warning: to post a notice about the fire laws.
3. information or warning of something, esp. for wide attention: to give notice of one's departure.
4. a notification of the termination, at a specified time, of an agreement, as for renting or employment, given by one of the parties to the agreement: The sales manager suddenly gave notice and headed for Acapulco.
5. observation, perception, attention, or heed: a book worthy of notice.
6. interested or favorable attention: to take notice of an unusual feature in the design of a building.
7. critical attention, appraisal, or evaluation: Only a few of the entries were singled out for notice.
8. a brief written review or critique, as of a newly published book; review: The notices of the play were mostly favorable.
1. to pay attention to or take notice of: Did you notice her hat?
2. to perceive; become aware of: Did you notice the anger in his voice?
3. to acknowledge acquaintance with: She noticed him merely with a nod.
4. to mention or refer to; point out: a circumstance that was noticed in an earlier chapter.
5. to give notice to; serve with a notice: to notice a person that his taxes are overdue.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.