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Synonyms for warn

notify

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advise

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Synonyms for warn

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

Synonyms for warn

notify of danger, potential harm, or risk

admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior

ask to go away

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notify, usually in advance

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WARN does not distinguish between managers and non-managers or hourly or salaried employees.
I warn you that you will have poverty - when pensions slip and benefits are whittled away by a Government that won't pay in an economy that can't pay.
MISHNA: If one jealously warns his wife (not to associate with a certain man), R.
The crusade to warn succeeded in getting the message out to women that they ought not to drink while pregnant and that if they did, they might afflict their offspring with FAS.
Some critics of Carlin say that strict liability for failure to warn impedes drug development, but this is not so.
Visteon's "side object warning system" also uses short-range radar sensors, located in key areas of the vehicle's exterior to detect and warn drivers of objects within the detection zone on the side of the vehicle, in an adjacent lane, while its "lane change aid" warns drivers if another vehicle is in the way during turns and lane changes.
Speaking at an economic summit at Disney Studios in Burbank, Davis said he has no regrets over his decision to warn citizens.
However, in the wake of these crashes, a concert of meteorologists, computer specialists and aerodynamic engineers is developing systems to detect microbursts and warn pilots of their deadly presence.
New warning signs have been posted along popular hiking routes in Glendale to warn hikers they could be venturing into mountain lion territory.
Configurable Warning Level -- Choose to warn users of either or both "High Risk" and "Low Risk" suspicious sites.
But now we want to get it out to other schools so they don't have to have a tragedy,'' said Erik Ceja, a senior in WARN.
After her 17-year-old son drowned while swimming with friends at Littlerock Reservoir, Becky Swaim was determined to warn other youngsters and try to prevent a similar tragedy.
A Los Angeles judge rejected arguments by five cigarette makers Thursday that they have no duty to warn the public about dangerous chemicals in tobacco smoke.
GTE could, for example, warn its network operations center in Dallas and allow for rerouting before the disaster, Murray said.
Many large companies aggressively monitor usage of their trademarks and warn people who appear to infringe on them.