- （体育运动等 ）告诫…不要靠近，叫...离开
- vt. 警告; 告诫 give notice of possible danger or unpleasant consequences; inform in advance of what may happen
- notify of danger, potential harm, or risk;
"The director warned him that he might be fired"
"The doctor warned me about the dangers of smoking"
- admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior;
"I warned him not to go too far"
"I warn you against false assumptions"
"She warned him to be quiet"
- ask to go away;
"The old man warned the children off his property"
- notify, usually in advance;
"I warned you that I would ask some difficult questions"
- He warned me against going there at night.
- The police warn us not to go out at night.
- I warned them that there might be snakes in the woods.
- If you can't arrive there on time, you should warn them.
- Birds sometimes chatter to each other to warn of danger.
The doctor had to warn her, she must be prepared for the worse.
This was a sign for sharks. They warned us and we all went ashore.
If you warn the police when you go away on holiday, they will watch your house.
He has been warned many times.
She warned that the winter would be very cold.
The company warned that another 2000 to 3000 workers may come shortly.
The weather forecast warned that a storm was coming.
I must warn you seriously that you're in a very dangerous state of mind.
I have warned him that it is not allowed.
Did he warn you that he might be late?
They warned him that it was dangerous work, but he did not mind.
I must warn you beforehand that I shall tell them everything.
He was warned that the small bridge was unsafe.
The Swede was warned that the great man would probably ask him some questions.
I warned him not to do that.
We warned him not to go skating on such thin ice.
They warned the two sides not to continue the war.
They warned him to be careful.
There were spies posted outside. She warned him to be very careful.
He was warned not to go there.
He had been warned not to tell anyone about it.
We were warned to wear long pants and take sweaters for our climb.
- warn against (v.+prep.)
告诫,当心,提防 advise sb to avoid sb/sth or doing sth warn sb against sb/sth/v-ing
He warned me against pickpockets.他警告我提防扒手。
The doctor warned the patient against smoking.医生告诫病人不要吸烟。
They warned him against swimming in that part of the river.他们告诫他不要在这一带河里游泳。
She warned me against being overconfident.她告诫过我不要过于自信。用于 be ～ed 结构
I was once warned against him.曾经有人警告我要提防他。
I've been warned against that company, so I'll take a job somewhere else.我曾被告诫要提防那个公司,因此我将在别处找工作。
He was warned against trying to get through here.有人警告过他,不要想从这里通过。
Have they been warned against doing that?有人告诫过他们别这样做吗?
- 告诫,当心,提防 advise sb to avoid sb/sth or doing sth warn sb against sb/sth/v-ing
- warn of (v.+prep.)
发出关于…的警告 give a warning about warn of sth
They warned of an approaching snowstorm.他们发出将有暴风雪到来的警告。
The motoring organization is warning of thick mist and blowing snow on high ground.机动车组织发出高地将出现浓雾和风雪的警告。warn sb of sth 用于 be ～ed 结构
They were warned of the approach of the enemy.有人告诉他们,敌人来了。
They had been warned of the danger.曾有人告诉过他们,有危险。
The town's people have been warned of a possible earthquake.镇上的居民预先得到通知说可能有地震。
- 发出关于…的警告 give a warning about warn of sth
- warn off1 (v.+adv.)
- 阻止…去(某处) try to prevent sb from going somewhere or doing sth, especially by threatening themAnne witnessed her boss bribing the tax collector.She wanted to report him, but her husband warned her off.安妮目睹了她的老板贿赂税务员。她想告发他,但她丈夫制止了她。
不许…上前 tell sb to keep away, prohibit from advancing, trespassing, intruding, etc.When we tried to enter the house, some men warned us off.我们想进入房子时有几个人叫我们走开。
The road was closed to traffic after the accident, and the police were warning everyone off. 事故发生后,那条路禁止通行,警察不让任何人到那里去。
We wanted to have a picnic in the woods, but a large notice warned us off. 我们想在树林里野餐,可是一张很大的布告不许我们进入树林。
◇ 用于 be ～ed 结构
The children used to be allowed on the farm, but they've been warned off since one of them let the cows out. 那些孩子们过去常被允许进入农场,但自从其中的一个孩子把牛放跑后,便不让他们进去了。
The rider was found guilty of giving the horse drugs, and was warned off for a year. 人们发现那位骑手让马服用兴奋剂,因而取消其比赛资格一年以示惩罚。
- warn off2 (v.+prep.)
不许靠近 tell to keep away prohibit from advancing, trespassing, intruding, etc. warn sb off sth
The police have put up signs to warn people off this area.警方已竖起了标示牌,告诫人们不要靠近这一地区。
He realized that his doctor was warning him off drink.他意识到医生在告诫他戒酒。
- 不许靠近 tell to keep away prohibit from advancing, trespassing, intruding, etc. warn sb off sth
- warn amply 广泛地告诫
- warn earnestly 严肃地警告
- warn faithfully 忠诚地告诫
- warn graciously 有礼貌地告诫
- warn grimly 讨厌地警告
- warn solemnly 严肃地警告
- warn subtly 巧妙地告诫
- warn sufficiently 充分地告诫
- warn urgently 紧急地警告
The doctor..warned me he might not last the month.出自：A. Lambert
He has warned..of the dangers of securitizing debts.出自：Times
Carelesse heauens..can..not warne death from wretched wight.出自：Spenser
- warn, caution, forewarn
这三个词均可指警告可能的或即将来到的危险、伤害或不愉快的事。其区别是：warn强调明白无误地警告或告诫,有时含威胁意味。caution强调告诫某人对可能发生的危险或不愉快的事情多加小心,并常提出对之如何防范的忠告,强调的是动作本身。例如:The judge cautioned the prisoner.法官警告了那个囚犯。The veteran worker cautioned me not to inspect the machine without turning off the power.老工人告诫我要关掉电源后才能检查机器。forewarn比warn有更强的“预先”意味,尽管危险不一定在眼前,暗含危险已迫在眉睫。例如:We had been forewarned of the risk of the fire that would break out.已经事先警告过我们有发生火灾的危险。
- I must warn you of that man, he's de- ceitful.
- I must warn you about that man, he's deceitful.
误 I warned him leaving at once.
正 I warned him to leave at once.
析 表示“提醒某人做某事”时,可用warn sb to- v 的句型,不可以用warn sb v -ing句型。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的wariann，意为警告。
- warning n. 发出警告; 受到告诫; 警告,前兆‖warningly adv. 警告地; 引以为戒地
- warn:warn vt. 警告, 注意, 通知vi. 发出警告, 发出预告 英英解释:动词warn:1. notify of danger, potential harm, or risk2. admonis…