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announcement

[ uh-nouns-muhnt ]
/ əˈnaʊns mənt /
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noun
public or formal notice announcing something: The announcement appeared in the newspapers.
the act of announcing.
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.
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Origin of announcement

From the French word anoncement, dating back to 1790–1800. See announce, -ment

OTHER WORDS FROM announcement

pre·an·nounce·ment, noun, adjectivere·an·nounce·ment, noun
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How to use announcement in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for announcement

announcement
/ (əˈnaʊnsmənt) /

noun
a public statement
a brief item or advertisement, as in a newspaper
a formal printed or written invitation
the act of announcing
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