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Translation of "warn" - English-Spanish dictionary

warn

verb   /wɔːn/
B1 to tell someone that something bad may happen in the future avisar, advertir I warned you that it would be cold.
(Definition of warn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

warn

verb /woːn/
to tell (a person) in advance (about a danger etc) advertir, avisar, prevenir Black clouds warned us of the approaching storm They warned her that she would be ill if she didn’t rest.
to advise (someone against doing something) avisar (de) I was warned about/against speeding by the policeman They warned him not to be late.
warning noun
an event, or something said or done, that warns advertencia, aviso He gave her a warning against driving too fast His heart attack will be a warning to him not to work so hard.
advance notice or advance signs aviso The earthquake came without warning.
warningly adverb
con (mirada de) advertencia/amonestación, en señal de advertencia “Don’t do that again” she said warningly.
(Definition of warn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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