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warning

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈwɔː.nɪŋ/  us   /ˈwɔːr-/
B1 something that makes you understand there is a possible danger or problem, especially one in the future: Completely without warning he turned up on my doorstep with all four children! There's a warning on the cigarette packet that says "Tobacco seriously damages health". I'm not surprised you feel ill - let it be a warning to you! Just a word of warning - restaurants in this area can be very expensive.formal The government have today issued a warning about the dangers of sunbathing. They can't dismiss you just like that - they have to give you a written warning first. The police fired warning shots but the protesters took no notice.warning sign a physical condition that shows someone has a disease: The warning signs of the illness are respiratory problems and dizziness.
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en coreano 경고…
en árabe تَحْذير…
en portugués aviso, advertência…
en catalán advertència, avís…
en japonés 警告…
en italiano avviso, avvertimento…
en chino (tradicionál) 警告, 告誡, 提醒…
en ruso предупреждение, предостережение…
en turco ikaz, alarm…
en chino (simplificado) 警告, 告诫, 提醒…
en polaco ostrzeżenie…
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