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warn

US [wɔrn]
UK [wɔː(r)n]
  • v.警告;告诫;提醒注意(可能发生的事);使警惕
  • Web预先通知;警戒;警告信息
Simple Present:warns  Present Participle:warning  Past Tense:warned  
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v.
1.
[t][i]
提醒注意(可能发生的事);使警惕to tell sb about sth, especially sth dangerous or unpleasant that is likely to happen, so that they can avoid it
I tried to warn him, but he wouldn't listen.
我设法提醒过他,可他就是不听。
If you're thinking of getting a dog, be warned ─they take a lot of time and money.
如果你想养条狗,有话说在前头,那可既费时间又费钱。
He warned us against pickpockets.
他提醒我们要提防小偷。
Police have warned of possible delays.
警方已经通知交通可能受阻。
She was warned that if she did it again she would lose her job.
她被警告说如果她再这样做就会丢掉工作。
I had been warned what to expect.
有人事先告诉过我要出什么事。
‘Beware of pickpockets,’ she warned (him).
“当心扒手。”她提醒(他)道。
2.
[i][t]
劝告(使有所防备);警告;告诫to strongly advise sb to do or not to do sth in order to avoid danger or punishment
The guidebook warns against walking alone at night.
这本指南告诫夜间不要单独行走。
He warned Billy to keep away from his daughter.
他警告比利离他女儿远点。
3.
[t]
~ sb (for sth)
警告to give sb an official warning after they have broken a rule
The referee warned him for dangerous play.
裁判警告他有危险动作。

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