1 a (1)
:warning or intimation of something :announcement
- subject to change without notice
- —Dun's Rev.
- Please give us enough notice to prepare for your arrival.
:the announcement of a party's intention to quit an agreement or relation at a specified time
- tenants' right freely to give notice
- —Store Bolin
:the condition of being warned or notified
—usually used in the phrase on notice
- putting all … court personnel on notice that fundamental rights had to be observed
- —E. E. Nobleman
:polite or favorable attention :civility
- She had very little notice from any but him.
- —Jane Austen
:a written or printed announcement
- Newspapers print notices of marriages and deaths.
- A notice was sent to parents about the school trip.
:a short critical account or review
- The play received good notices.