Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
noticeable | noticeably
1) stand out; attract attention
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try to be noticeable
Something ‘noticeable’ is worthy of attention or stands out in some way. This adjective is used to describe something which attracts your attention. This could be a physical object or a piece of information. “What I found noticeable was the contrast in statistics between the two years.” “I want to blend-in at the party. I’d prefer not to be too noticeable.” This is a common adjective used to talk about things of note or to draw people’s attention to something.
Social Examples (Basic)
You should try to be noticeableif you want to get the acting role.
Since there was a large crowd of fans,she wore a bright red hat to be noticeable.
This level was noticeably harder to complete than the last.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The results of this report are more thannoticeable, they are undeniable. We are funnelling money into the part of our business that has the least return.
You handled that question really well, it was hardlynoticeablethat you weren't sure of the answer.
You might think that your poor work ethic isn'tnoticeable but we can track the amount you are producing.
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