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Meaning of “Look out!” - Learner’s Dictionary

Look out!

phrasal verb with look     /lʊk/ verb
B1 something you say when someone is in danger: Look out - there's a car coming!Dangers and threats
Translations of “Look out!”
in Korean 조심해!…
in Arabic اِنْتَبِه!…
in Portuguese cuidado!…
in Catalan vigila!…
in Japanese 危ない!…
in Italian attenzione!…
in Russian осторожно!…
in Turkish Dikkat et!', 'Dikkatli ol!'…
in Polish Uważaj!…
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