notify (one) of (something)

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notify (one) of (something)

To let one know about someone or something; to bring someone or something to one's attention. We're notifying customers of an exciting new offer we have available. Notify me of any suspicious people as soon as possible.
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notify someone of something

to inform someone about something. Can you notify my parents of my arrival at the airport? We were notified of it last night.
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"What a crude and violent way to notify someone of their eviction."
I was informed I should not have waited as long as I did to notify someone of the missing snap.
An alarm system designed to notify someone of a potential problem was not working.
The document says Spencer signed an agreement with the state in 1990 that allowed the town to treat its water pipes with sodium hydroxide, but the approval was contingent on Spencer maintaining a functioning alarm system that would notify someone of a problem.
I feel a professional obligation to notify someone of significant results that, in my opinion, warrant immediate follow-up.