warnverb [ I or T ]uk /wɔːn/ us /wɔːrn/
- I have to warn you that there's a degree of danger involved in this.
- My sister warned me not to trust him.
- I'm warning you, don't mess about with those tools.
- The leaflet warns children about the dangers of smoking.
- My mother always warned me not to talk to strangers.
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