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avisar in English:

1. notice


Notice the hands of the people you meet and you will be surprised to see how different and how interesting they are.
notice period
Did you possibly not notice until just now? "Er, well ... it was just so beyond my imagination that ..."
There were white lines around it, and it had a notice saying, "Reserved for Head of College."
Having idled jobless for a while I wavered. I'd rushed into handing in my notice but maybe I should have endured it and kept going...
A woman is capable of failing to notice the hundred things that you've done her, and to address only the one that you haven't.
And if your brother turned up at the party without notice tomorrow? "I would be very happy that he came."
We'd probably be best off beating them to the punch before they notice that fact.
I glare resentfully at the crimson letter, is this the infamous red-paper draft notice?
After a while Mark noticed a pushchair in a distance of a few metres and we were convinced that we had killed a baby.
The lawn always looked better on Tuesdays, but I began to notice he wasn't getting as close to the trees as he used to.
1. Swedish legislation allows companies to serve notice of meetings electronically. 2. "Didn't you see the notice?" 3. He took no notice of me.
your notice is a formal statement telling your employer that you are going to leave your job
But notice that China represents 35% of worldwide sales.
A copy of notice on granting a prize or a distinction shall be put in employee’s personal file.

English word "avisar"(notice) occurs in sets:

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2. warn


I warn you!
Just to warn you in advance, today's blog is no fun.
Actually, you know what, I should warn you, you're going to be disappointed
Parents warn their children not to eat food given to them by strangers.
Experts warn that these are very things that can leads us into dependency no matter how harmless they may seem at first.
He was warned that if he ever stole anything again, he would go to prison.
I think I should warn you that Liam doesn't always tell the truth.
"You have to be careful not to eat top much." She warned us not to eat top much
B1 to tell someone that something bad may happen in the future, so that they can prevent it ostrzegać, przestrzegać [+ that] I warned you that it would be cold but you still wouldn't wear a coat. I've been warning him for months
I should have gone back to the wall and warned them, but...
The report warns that consumers could end up paying higher prices.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Don’t go near the edge of the cliff. He warned me to not go near the edge of the cliff.
I did warn you of possible failure.
The US special service warned their citizens od a possible terrorist attack.

3. to advise



English word "avisar"(to advise) occurs in sets:

Basic verbs - Verbos básicos