Verb(1) notify of danger, potential harm, or risk(2) advise or counsel in terms of someone's behavior(3) ask to go away(4) notify, usually in advance
(1) The Bank of England is poised to warn of the dangers of a collapse in house prices.(2) But the profit warner of the year was Baltimore Technologies.(3) Police are warning the public to be cautious when opening their door to strangers.(4) Well, we have for a long time provided early warning advice on the launch of ballistic missiles.(5) Police are warning farmers, horse owners and equestrian establishments to check security and be extra vigilant following a number of thefts in the North Wiltshire area.(6) Police are warning residents not to confront a gang of brazen and aggressive thieves who have struck more than 50 times in Wiltshire, stealing power tools from vans.(7) Bulky agricultural machinery which dominates country roads should be accompanied by advance warning vehicles, a coroner said.(8) The laser warner provides broadband laser frequency coverage to detect and display rangefinding, designating and missile guidance laser threats.(9) ├ö├ç├┐It was a nice sunny day, but unfortunately there were no signs, no flags warning us about the dangers,├ö├ç├û he said.(10) Police are warning motorists to expect severe problems with road closures, especially on Friday, and advising people to make other arrangements.(11) Now police are warning anyone who used the machine over the Easter weekend, including the bank holiday Monday, to check their bank accounts in case they too have become victims of the scam.(12) Police are warning elderly people to be on their guard after a Balham resident was duped out of Ôö¼├║10, believing he was helping a neighbour.(13) Police are warning farmers to secure valuable machinery and to mark it for identification, as well as maintaining serial number records.(14) The report also warned of the dangers of failing to improve the lot of ordinary Iraqis.(15) The helicopter's electronic warfare systems include a radar warning receiver, laser warning receiver, missile approach warner and chaff and flare dispensers.(16) It was a habit left over from the old days when the king and his ministers were thus warned of danger.