In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivonotified, notifies, notifying
1(inform)informar(in writing) notificarthe authorities must be notified — se debe dar parte a las autoridades
- we shall notify the winners by post — se notificará por carta a los ganadores
- to notify sb of sth — comunicarle algo a algn
- please notify us immediately of any change of address — les rogamos nos comunique de inmediato cualquier cambio de domicilio
- to notify sb that — informarle a algn de que
- why was I not notified that the meeting had been postponed? — ¿por qué no se me avisó que / se me informó de que la reunión había sido aplazada?
- to notify sth (to sb) — dar parte de algo (a algn)
- As soon as these kids are seen in the town centre the police notify us and warn us, and we refuse them entry.
- He was notified of Fraser's verdict, along with all others who are to be criticised, by letter last week.
- Barely one third of school absences were notified to social services departments.
- Although well warned, she takes the letter in which she is notified that her benefits are to end as a personal affront.
- Without notifying Daniel or his parents, the principal brought in the police to investigate Daniel's comments.
- It appears that the practice isn't spending sufficient time in notifying their changes optimally.
- Dr Pugh said he had not been informed he needed to register with the commission, blaming officials for failing to notify him.
- All employees were notified of the move in the second half of last year, it said.
- This determination was notified to the Applicant on 30 October, and the error was then noticed.
- We were not notified of this meeting and we were promised a meeting with council officers, which has not happened.
- However, only four residents were notified of the date of the inspector's visit.
- She added that officers were notified of the discovery of the body this morning after receiving a call from a member of the public.
- A team was sent to scour the city and the forest services were notified to search the woods.
- Parents were notified of the study in advance and were able to withdraw their child.
- Between May and mid-June this year, we were notified of 637 listed building cases.
- All members are notified of Lost in Leitrim dance events and are also updated on the latest news from the site.
- Residents were notified of the scheme late last week and claim it will completely change the character of the area.
- Staff changes were not notified to the Respondents in accordance with the National Standards.
- I reviewed with her how to stop a nosebleed and advised her to notify me if the problem recurred.
- The warnings notify him of his rights and assure him that the police are prepared to honor them.
- His own bank had sold his most private financial information to another corporation without even notifying him, much less getting his permission.
- For example, a person notifies us that their circumstances have changed but by the time the system catches up and updates their file, they have already received their next few payments.
- Apart from notifying conversions in the media and calling for objections, the BDA should also seek objections from the immediate neighbours, he said.
- If confirmed, the Military and or civil police will be notified of the incident.
- Unfortunately, nobody considered notifying anyone else, and local and state authorities were soon deluged with calls from panicked citizens.
- A week later we all got letters notifying us about the job.
- If the assignment is not notified to the borrower, there are additional risks to the parties.
- Before notifying the plan, the council undertook consultation.
2formal(instruct)(accountant/agent/lawyer) darle instrucciones a
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