advance notice—advanced notice

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English – America
The dictionary says "advance notice," not "advanced notice," is correct. Yet I see memos issued by intelligent professionals use "advanced notice." Is this correct, too? Are they interchangeable, or should it be strictly "advance notice"?

Thank you.
  • Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    I have seen, and used, only "advance notice".

    You mention that you see memos using "advanced notice". In what field or industry do you work? Perhaps it's a usage peculiar to a particular occupational area.
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