VERB + NOTICE take Take no notice of what you read in the papers. | come to Normally such matters would not come to my notice. | bring to | attract The change was too subtle to attract much notice.
2 written statement
VERB + NOTICE issue, place, post, put up The company has issued warning notices saying that all water should be boiled. | take down | read, see
NOTICE + VERB appear, go up The notice about his resignation went up this morning. | say sth, tell sb sth
PREP. ~ about There are notices about where to park.
3 information given in advance
ADJ. written | advance, prior | short | reasonable
VERB + NOTICE give, hand in your She's given notice that she intends to leave. | have, receive | need, require The bank requires three days' notice.
PREP. without ~ They cut off the electricity without notice. | ~ of A landlord must give reasonable notice of his intention to inspect the property.
PHRASES at a moment's notice The team is ready to go anywhere in the world at a moment's notice. | at short notice It's the best we can do at such short notice. | notice to quit His landlord gave him two months' notice to quit. | on a month's/week's, etc. notice She's on a week's notice, which doesn't give her long to find another job.
ADV. not even My mum probably won't even notice I'm gone. | not really Nobody really noticed the changes. | barely, hardly, scarcely | (only) just I must go! I've only just noticed how late it is. | suddenly | at once, immediately He noticed at once that something was wrong. | quickly, soon | eventually, finally
VERB + NOTICE fail to | not appear to, not seem to He didn't seem to notice her.
PHRASES can't/couldn't help noticing sth You couldn't help noticing how his eyes kept following her.