noticenoun

  • ja通知、掲示
  • enmessage that gives information or warning

Examples

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0:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
Gina, what's this all about?
2.
I wanted to make one final grand entrance.
3.
Final?
4.
What do you mean?
5.
I've decided to leave the Nine-Nine.
6.
Which is why...
7.
Oh, okay.
8.
...I'm handing in my 2 weeks' notice.
PLAY
1:21 / --:--
Mute
1.
If we ever do close, which is the probability,
2.
we just wait and wait till we can make a better choice.
3.
Being in business here at Dimples in 32 years and doing the same thing every night,
4.
it's quite devastating to get a notice to tell me, "You gotta move in 60 days."
5.
I have to get rid of all this.
6.
It's impossible.
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1:07 / --:--
Mute
1.
If you're looking for an inside man, look no further than Adam Conover.
2.
His snappy style and know-it-all attitude will get him into, then kicked out, of any class joint in town.
3.
If you've got Adam, you've got a sharp suit and a dope conversation.
4.
He can't make it.
5.
What?
6.
- Are you sure? - Yeah.
7.
It's super late notice.
PLAY
2:27 / --:--
Mute
1.
Where in the world is Michelle Phan?
2.
When Phan disappeared, she didn't just go dark on YouTube.
3.
She also temporarily shuttered her other social media channels,
4.
and even vanished from her own company with no notice.

Other meanings for notice...

noticeverb

  • ja気が付く
  • ento become aware of or pay attention to
PLAY
6:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
Look at that.
2.
She's totally flirting with him.
3.
You don't know that.
4.
Some people can't help oozing sexuality.
5.
You ever notice you can only ooze 2 things — sexuality and pus?
6.
Man, I tell you.
PLAY
7:43 / --:--
Mute
1.
Morning, Dwight.
2.
Who are you?
3.
Who am I?
4.
I'm Jim.
5.
We've been working together for 12 years.
6.
Weird joke, Dwight.
7.
You're not Jim.
8.
Jim's not Asian.
9.
You seriously never noticed?
10.
Hey, hats off to you for not seeing race.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Jake! You gotta see this.
2.
There's something going on here.
3.
Something a little... hairy.
4.
Nope.
5.
Don't see anything out of the ordinary.
6.
Really?
7.
Well, maybe I should frame the question differently.
8.
Terry, do you notice anything?
9.
Amy?
10.
New shirt?
11.
Oh, come on, guys.
12.
I grew a goatee, and it looks amazing.
13.
And I know you can see it.
PLAY
1:21 / --:--
Mute
1.
These empty devils...
2.
they'll eat what shines.
3.
And they've noticed that little girl.
4.
Well, hi there.
PLAY
1:39 / --:--
Mute
1.
Doug, you took a perfectly good dog and turned him into a big, lazy eating machine.
2.
And in case you hadn’t noticed, already got one of those.
3.
Oh, slammed me there.
PLAY
1:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
These are dummies.
2.
They're dummies.
3.
We're good.
4.
It's nothing. These are dummies.
5.
No! You're not!
6.
- It's okay. - Why didn't we notice that?
PLAY
1:03 / --:--
Mute
1.
Are you pointing to that man right there with the pipe?
2.
No, that is one of my producers.
3.
And I noticed him right away.
PLAY
1:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
It's a complicated order. I don't know what to do!
2.
Ah, no problem, just pour a crap ton of cinnamon on there.
3.
It's what I do every time. They're too dumb to notice.
4.
Boom. Oh, wait.
5.
Good to go.
6.
Here you go.
7.
It's perfect.