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Translation of "alert" - English-Spanish dictionary

alert

adjective   /əˈlɜːt/
quick to notice things around you despierto, vivo
verb   /əˈlɜːt/
to warn someone of a possibly dangerous situation alertar Six hours later she still wasn’t home so they alerted the police.
noun   /əˈlɜːt/
a warning about a possibly dangerous situation alerta, alarma a bomb alert
(Definition of alert from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

alert

adjective /əˈləːt/
quick-thinking despierto, vivo She’s eighty years old, but still very alert.
(with to) watchful and aware alerta, atento, vigilante You must be alert to danger.
alertly adverb
prontamente The police officers watched alertly for any signs of trouble in the crowd.
alertness noun
atención, vigilancia; prontitud The stress hormones act on the brain, creating a state of heightened alertness.
on the alert
on the watch (for) en alerta We were on the alert for any sound that might tell us where the lost boy was.
(Definition of alert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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