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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “alarm”

alarm

noun [C] (WARNING)
警告
 
 
/əˈlɑːm/ US  /-lɑːrm/
a warning of danger, typically a loud noise or flashing light
警报
If there's any trouble, raise/sound the alarm by pulling the emergency cord.
如果出现任何问题,拉紧急警报索报警。
The first two bomb alerts were false alarms, but the third was for real.
前两次炸弹警报是一场虚惊,但是第三次是真的。
Threats and warnings
a device which makes a loud noise to warn of danger
警报器;警报装置
a burglar/car/fire/smoke alarm
防盗/汽车/防火/烟雾警报器
Threats and warnings
an alarm clock
闹钟
Watches and clocks
If an electronic device such as a watch or computer has an alarm, it can be set to make a noise at a particular time.
闹铃装置;定时装置
Watches and clocks
(Definition of alarm noun (WARNING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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