I warn you!
Just to warn you in advance, today's blog is no fun.
Actually, you know what, I should warn you, you're going to be disappointed
Parents warn their children not to eat food given to them by strangers.
Experts warn that these are very things that can leads us into dependency no matter how harmless they may seem at first.
He was warned that if he ever stole anything again, he would go to prison.
I think I should warn you that Liam doesn't always tell the truth.
"You have to be careful not to eat top much." She warned us not to eat top much
B1 to tell someone that something bad may happen in the future, so that they can prevent it ostrzegać, przestrzegać [+ that] I warned you that it would be cold but you still wouldn't wear a coat. I've been warning him for months
I should have gone back to the wall and warned them, but...
The report warns that consumers could end up paying higher prices.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Don’t go near the edge of the cliff. He warned me to not go near the edge of the cliff.
I did warn you of possible failure.
The US special service warned their citizens od a possible terrorist attack.
Angielskie słowo "cảnh báo" (warn) występuje w zestawach:bài học của tôi
Cobras are always very alert.
alert being quick to notice things going on around you
The alert guard perceived a dim shape in the distance.
Such an alert man as he couldn't have failed to adapt himself to the new situation.
They took turns at staying awake and being alert to keep watch while the others slept.
So you mean they work harder and are more creative because a power-nap – a quick sleep – makes workers feel refreshed and more alert.
When you’re driving, you must stay alert.
a bomb alert The army was put on (full) alert as the peace talks began to fail.
Our competition is alert.
to alert somebody to something
I'm not feeling very alert today - not enough sleep last night!
You have to be very alert if you are driving at night in heavy rain / Someone had better alert the police; we've been robbed.
Suddenly he found himself awake and fully alert. Two alert scientists spotted the mistake.
Remember to stay alert and don’t let anyone in without their ID cards.
Tom ignored Mary's warning.
A very brief warning or explanation is enough for an intelligent person.
Five tremors in excess of magnitude 5.0 on the Richter scale have shaken Japan just this week, but scientists are warning that the largest expected aftershock has yet to hit.
WARNING - 18+ ONLY.
In spite of the teacher's warning, the lazy boy comes late as often as not.
Without warning, the teachers ask students from each country to take the microphone and explain to everyone their reasons for coming to Harbin.
The search for "river" returns a warning that the search is illegal on Chinese Internet these days.
Warning: unsupported characters are displayed using the '_' character.
In the London underground there is a warning to "mind the gap" when boarding the train.
War is not a natural disaster like an earthquake or a tsunami. It does not come without warning.
For example, if a chain-smoking teacher cautions a pupil for smoking, that warning is self-contradictory.
flood warning. warning sign
In cases of floods, hurricanes a warning can save lives by giving people time to get out of harm's way.
Do you see that warning over there? It's telling you to mind the gap.
Without any warning, the government program had run out of money.