What is the difference between Notice and Poster?

The difference between notice and poster

is that "notice" is the act of observing; perception and "poster" is a picture of a celebrity, an event etc., intended to be attached to a wall.

notice

poster

Noun

  • (chiefly uncountable) The act of observing; perception.
  • (countable) A written or printed announcement.
  • (countable) A formal notification or warning.
  • (chiefly uncountable) Advance notification of termination of employment, given by an employer to an employee or vice versa.
  • (countable) A published critical review of a play or the like.
  • (uncountable) Prior notification.
  • (dated) Attention; respectful treatment; civility.

Synonyms

  • (attention): heed, regard; attention

Exemple

  • He took no notice of the changes, and went on as though nothing had happened.
  • Athelstan Arundel walked home […], foaming and raging. […] He walked the whole way, walking through crowds, and under the noses of dray-horses, carriage-horses, and cart-horses, without taking the least notice of them.
  • How ready is envy to mingle with the notices which we take of other persons?
  • Shall we post a notice about the new policy?
  • I always read the death notices in the paper.
  • The sidewalk adjacent to the damaged bridge stonework shall be closed until further notice.
  • I gave her her mandatory two weeks’ notice and sacked her.
  • I can’t work here any longer. I’m giving notice.
  • The first-night audience, yes. The first-night reviewers, not exactly. The notices have so far been mixed, only The Financial Times having delivered itself of an unequivocal rave.
  • I don’t mind if you want to change the venue; just give me some notice first, OK?
  • I have been with your father and given him notice that the Duke of Cornwall and Regan his duchess will be here with him this night.

Verb

  • (transitive, now rare) To remark upon; to mention. [from 17th c.]
  • (transitive) To become aware of; to observe. [from 17th c.]
  • (obsolete, transitive) To lavish attention upon; to treat (someone) favourably. [17th–19th c.]
  • (intransitive) To be noticeable; to show. [from 20th c.]

Synonyms

  • recognize

Antonyms

  • ignore
  • neglect

Exemple

  • So you punched out a window for ventilation. Was that before or after you noticed you were standing in a lake of gasoline?
  • [The researchers] noticed many of their pieces of [plastic marine] debris sported surface pits around two microns across. Such pits are about the size of a bacterial cell. Closer examination showed that some of these pits did, indeed, contain bacteria, […].
  • Did you notice the flowers in her yard?
  • She would notice her; she would improve her; she would detach her from her bad acquaintance, and introduce her into good society; she would form her opinions and her manners.
  • The blackness didn’t notice so much when she was born; but it’s unmistakeable now.

Noun

  • A picture of a celebrity, an event etc., intended to be attached to a wall.
  • An advertisement to be posted on a pole, wall etc. to advertise something.
  • (Internet) One who posts a message.

Examples

  • He has posters of his favorite band, sports teams and holiday resorts up.
  • I saw a poster for the film on the side of a bus.
  • Some posters left the online message board after the squabble.
  • We got three posters in the third and lost.

Verb

  • (transitive) To decorate with posters.

Examples

  • to poster the walls of a bedroom