Give notice



1.
Inform or warn someone of something, as in He’s prompt about giving us notice of any discrepancy in the accounts. [ Late 1500s ]
2.
Tell one’s employer one is quitting, as in Our housekeeper gave notice last week. This usage, first recorded in 1765, originally alluded to any kind of termination, such as a housing lease, but today is most often used for leaving employment.

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