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warn British & World English

Inform someone in advance of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation

warn someone off in warn British & World English

Order someone to keep away from (somewhere) or refrain from doing (something)

warn someone off British & World English

Order someone to keep away from (somewhere) or refrain from doing (something)

warn someone off the course in warn British & World English

Prohibit someone who has broken the laws of the Jockey Club from riding or running horses at meetings under the Jockey Club’s jurisdiction

warn someone off the course British & World English

Prohibit someone who has broken the laws of the Jockey Club from riding or running horses at meetings under the Jockey Club’s jurisdiction

prewarn British & World English

Inform (someone) of a possible future danger or problem; forewarn

warn English Thesaurus

David had warned her that it would be late when he returned

warn English-Spanish

advertir*

warn off English-Spanish

I began making inquiries, but I was warned off in no uncertain terms

did I not warn you that … ? in do English-Spanish

¿(acaso) no te advertí que … ?

never say I didn't warn you in say English-Spanish

luego no digas que no te avisé

I tried to warn him off drugs in warn English-Spanish

traté de prevenirlo sobre las consecuencias del uso de las drogas

I tried to warn him off drugs in warn off English-Spanish

traté de prevenirlo sobre las consecuencias del uso de las drogas

I regard it as my duty to warn you in regard English-Spanish

considero (que es) mi deber advertirte

I warn you not to try my patience too far in warn English-Spanish

te lo advierto: no me hagas perder la paciencia

I warn you: you haven't heard the last of this! in hear English-Spanish

¡te advierto que esto no va a quedar así!

I warn you: you haven't heard the last of this! in hear of English-Spanish

¡te advierto que esto no va a quedar así!