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Translation of "warning" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

warning

noun [C or U]     /ˈwɔː.nɪŋ/ US  /ˈwɔːr-/
something that makes you understand there is a possible danger or problem, especially one in the future 警告;告诫;提醒 Completely without warning he turned up on my doorstep with all four children! 事先都没说一声,他就带着全部4个孩子出现在我的门口! There's a warning on the cigarette packet that says 'Tobacco seriously damages health'. 香烟的包装盒上有一条警告:“烟草严重危害健康。” I'm not surprised you feel ill - let it be a warning to you! 你感觉不舒服我一点也不意外——就权当是对你的一个警告吧! Just a word of warning - restaurants in this area can be very expensive. 只是提醒一句——这一带的饭馆都特别贵。 formal The government have today issued a warning about the dangers of sunbathing. 政府今天就日光浴的潜在危险发布了一条警告。 They can't dismiss you just like that - they have to give you a written warning first. 他们不能那样就把你解雇了——他们必须事先给你一份书面警告。 The police fired warning shots but the protesters took no notice. 警方鸣枪示警,但示威者根本不予理会。 Threats and warnings warning sign a physical condition that shows the presence of a disease (预示体内有某种疾病的)警示症状,预兆 The warning signs of the illness are respiratory problems and dizziness. 预示可能患有这种疾病的症状是呼吸困难和头晕。 Threats and warnings
Translations of “warning”
in Korean 경고…
in Arabic تَحْذير…
in Portuguese aviso, advertência…
in Catalan advertència, avís…
in Japanese 警告…
in Italian avviso, avvertimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 警告, 告誡, 提醒…
in Russian предупреждение, предостережение…
in Turkish ikaz, alarm…
in Polish ostrzeżenie…
(Definition of warning from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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