Synonyms of notice in English:

notice


See definition of notice

noun

1‘no aspect connected with the running of his companies escaped his notice’

SYNONYMS

attention, observation, awareness, consciousness, perception, cognizance, heed, note

regard, consideration, scrutiny, interest, thought, mindfulness, watchfulness, vigilance, attentiveness

2‘a notice was pinned up outside the church’

SYNONYMS

information sheet, bill, handbill, poster, advertisement, announcement, bulletin, broadsheet, circular, flyer, leaflet, pamphlet, sign, placard

card, sticker

handout

affiche

Australian North American dodger

informal ad

British informal advert

3‘itineraries are subject to change without notice’

SYNONYMS

notification, warning, advance warning, announcement, apprisal, intimation

information, news, communication, intelligence, word

4‘I handed in my notice yesterday’

SYNONYMS

resignation, letter of resignation

5‘governors can require the education authority to give notice to a teacher’

SYNONYMS

dismissal, discharge, ending of employment, termination of employment, one's marching orders

informal the sack, the boot, the bullet, the axe, the heave-ho, the old heave-ho, the elbow, the push, the bounce

British informal one's cards, the chop

6‘the film did not get universally good notices’

SYNONYMS

review, write-up, critique, criticism

compte rendu

British informal crit


verb

1‘I noticed that the front door was open’

SYNONYMS

observe, perceive, note, see, become aware of, discern, detect, spot, distinguish, catch sight of, make out, take notice of, mark, remark

pay attention to, take note of, heed, take heed of, pay heed to

British informal clock

literary behold, descry, espy

ANTONYMS

overlook, ignore, disregard


Phrases

    take no notice (of)

      ‘he took no notice of anything I said’

      SYNONYMS

      pay no attention, pay no attention to, ignore, disregard, pay no heed, pay no heed to, take no account, take no account of, turn a deaf ear, turn a deaf ear to, brush aside, shrug off, set aside, turn a blind eye, turn a blind eye to, shut one's eyes, shut one's eyes to, pass over, let pass, let go, overlook, look the other way, pretend not to notice

      informal

      not want to know

      ANTONYMS

      heed, pay attention, pay attention to