warningnoun [ C or U ]uk /ˈwɔː.nɪŋ/ us /ˈwɔːr.nɪŋ/
They can't dismiss you just like that - they have to give you a written warning first.
- Police have put out a warning to people living in the area.
- The judge said that the fine would serve as a warning to other motorists who drove without due care.
- All cigarette packets carry a government health warning.
- It would be irresponsible to ignore these warnings.
- The police are trying to sift out the genuine warnings from all the hoax calls they have received.