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beware

verb
 
 
/bɪˈweər/ US  /-ˈwer/
[I or T] used to warn someone to be very careful about something or someone
當心,小心;注意,提防
Beware salespeople who promise offers that seem too good to be true.
要提防那些滿口承諾的推銷員,他們說得越天花亂墜,便越不可信。
You should beware of undercooked food when staying in hot countries.
留在氣候炎熱的國家裡,小心別吃未煮熟的食物。
Beware of falling asleep while sunbathing.
曬日光浴時當心睡著。
Threats and warnings
[I] used on signs to warn people of something dangerous
(用於警告標誌)當心,小心
Beware of the dog.
小心有狗。
Beware - poisonous chemicals.
小心——化學品有毒。
Threats and warnings
(Definition of beware from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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