public or formal notice something:
The announcement appeared in the newspapers.
the act of .
a short message or commercial, especially a commercial spoken on radio or television.
a card or piece of formal stationery containing a formal declaration of an event, as a wedding.
Just hours after the announcement in Beijing, Republican senators began to outline just how much they disdained the new agreement.
The U.S.-China Climate Deal Is Mostly Hot Air Tim Mak November 11, 2014
Lush Life by Richard Prince —announcement, August 24, 2009.
The Barack Obama Book Club Samuel P. Jacobs August 12, 2010
The announcement speech called Mandela a “moral authority” and praised his lack of bitterness despite decades of imprisonment.
Six Defining Moments From Nelson Mandela’s Life (video) Nina Strochlic December 4, 2013
He will continue to work at the brand consultancy companies he co-founded, announcement and The Anonymous Partner.
Stella McCartney’s Husband New, Bigger Footprint Tom Sykes February 14, 2013
Since the announcement, social networks in the neighborhood of AQAP appear to be supportive.
ISIS Risks Everything to Declare a Caliphate J.M. Berger June 28, 2014
At first the audience supposed that this announcement was part of the play.
From Farm House to the White House William M. Thayer
The announcement brought with it a long and thoughtful pause.
Way of the Lawless Max Brand
Well, Sylvester returned with the announcement that he had lightning-rods to sell.
Mark Twain’s Speeches Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
He had put her aside without a qualm; and now he met her announcement with approval.
K Mary Roberts Rinehart
Jim was cleaning his big forty-five when he made the announcement.
The Shepherd of the Hills Harold Bell Wright
a public statement
a brief item or advertisement, as in a newspaper
a formal printed or written invitation
the act of announcing
1798, from French announcement, from Old French anoncier (see announce). Or else formed in English from announce + -ment. Earlier in same sense was announcing.
a person who , especially one who introduces programs, presents news items, reads advertisements, and does other similar assignments over radio or television. Contemporary Examples Cobb liked his distinctive voice and Cornelius was soon hired as an announcer on WVON. Legendary ‘Soul Train’ Creator Don Cornelius Battled Demons in Final Years Christine Pelisek, Allison Samuels […]
to disturb or bother (a person) in a way that displeases, troubles, or slightly irritates. to molest; harm. to be bothersome or troublesome. Archaic. an . Contemporary Examples They fascinate and annoy middle-class Indians; they preserve Indian democracy—and show us its fundamental limitations. The Unstoppable Gandhi Aravind Adiga April 22, 2009 A lot of people […]
a person or thing that ; nuisance: Unwanted visitors are an annoyance. an act or instance of . the feeling of being . Contemporary Examples Richard Porton talks to him about why Obama has “failed” and why Herman Cain is “an annoyance.” Belafonte’s Activist Life Richard Porton October 15, 2011 “At first this was an […]
to disturb or bother (a person) in a way that displeases, troubles, or slightly irritates. to molest; harm. to be bothersome or troublesome. Archaic. an . Contemporary Examples Each observer seems to have been annoyed by a different Strauss-Kahn turn of phrase in the 24-minute interview. DSK: the Fallout Continues Tracy McNicoll September 19, 2011 […]