Hindi translation of 'warn'
warn /wɔːn वॉन्/
Word forms: warns, warning, warned
2. transitive verb
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you warn someone about a possible danger or problem, you tell them about it so that they are aware of it.
सावधान करना/सावधान कराना
सजग करना / सजग कराना
UN officials warn of disease and famine.
Friends had warned me that children were expensive.
warn someone of/about/against something
SIMILAR WORDSalert, caution
2. transitive verb
If you warn someone not to do something, you advise them not to do it in order to avoid possible danger or punishment.
Mrs Blount warned me not to go.
'Don't do anything yet,' he warned.
Officials warned people against eating or picking mushrooms.
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Example Sentences Including 'warn'
She'd better send them a quick holding e-mail to warn them what was coming.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
A Berkeley professor came on to warn that in three years ' time eighty per cent of the dot.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Her eyes widened on seeing him and she shook her head, desperately trying to warn him not to come any further.Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
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'warn' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُحَذِّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: advertir
- Chinese: 警告
- Croatian: upozoriti
- Czech: varovat
- Danish: advare
- Dutch: waarschuwen
- European Spanish: advertir
- Finnish: varoittaa
- French: prévenir
- German: warnen
- Greek: προειδοποιώ
- Italian: avvertire
- Japanese: 警告する
- Korean: 경고하다
- Norwegian: advare
- Polish: ostrzec ostrzegać
- Portuguese: advertir
- Romanian: a avertiza
- Russian: предупреждать
- Spanish: advertir
- Swedish: varna
- Thai: เตือน
- Turkish: uyarmak
- Ukrainian: попереджати попередити
- Vietnamese: cảnh báo
Translation of warn from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary