Definition of announce
make a public and typically formal declaration about a fact, occurrence, or intention.
he announced his retirement from football
Example of announce
‘I feel deep sorrow and regret to announce the failure of the efforts we have exerted to end the crisis in Iraq peacefully,’ he said.
A white sign with black bold letters announced the names of the movies playing.
And in the wake of the heat wave, it prominently displays a notice announcing that the shop is air conditioned!
At the conclusion of Volume One, Bill closes the circle by announcing that the child, a little girl, is still alive.
Distantly he heard the intercom in the spaceport announce the shuttle was now disengaging maglocks, and any personnel not on board would have to catch the next flight.
During marital conflict they announce that they are not obliged to cover the expenses of the children.
For reasons you'll understand, we didn't want to announce our next guest ahead of time.
I picked up my guitar and walked off the stage as they announced the next person.
I walked through the door as Toby started to announce the next guest.
In one scene, a smiling soldier returns home from Baghdad, only to be handed a notice announcing that he has to go back.