1 note, take or make note (of), take notice (of), pay or give attention to, attend (to), heed, take heed (of), give heed to, mark, remark, mind, observe, perceive, see:
Notice how quickly he retracted his remarks when challenged. I waved to them, but they didn't notice me
2 mind, observe, perceive, discern, see, detect, make out, identify, recognize, Colloq spot:
I noticed signs of illness when I visited her.
3 attention, awareness, consciousness, perception, observation, cognizance:
Let me bring to your notice the second paragraph on page six.
4 regard, consideration, respect, observation, attention, note, heed:
They have published many books worthy of notice. He considers matters of money beneath his notice
5 notification, announcement, information, advice; warning, intimation:
A notice showing the currency exchange rates is posted in the bank. The company let Corbett go without notice
6 criticism, critique, review, comment, commentary:
The play has enjoyed excellent notices in the London newspapers.
7 give notice. warn, admonish, notify, announce, advise, inform:
British Rail gave notice of a curtailment of service to this station. Barry gave notice today of his resignation.