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watch out

phrasal verb with watch uk   /wɒtʃ/  us   /wɑːtʃ/ verb
B2 used to warn someone of danger or an accident that seems likely to happen: "Watch out!" he shouted, but it was too late - she had knocked the whole tray of drinks on the floor.
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in Korean 조심해!…
in Arabic اِنْتَبِه…
in Portuguese cuidado!…
in Catalan compte…
in Japanese 危ない!, 気をつけろ!…
in Italian fare attenzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 當心,小心,留神…
in Russian остерегаться, беречься…
in Turkish dikkat etmek, dikkatli olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 当心,小心,留神…
in Polish uważać, uwaga!…
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