Definition of 'beware'
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Our message to whisky fans is buyers beware! Times, Sunday Times (2016)And it is not just parents who must beware of overreaction. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's a bit of a case of buyer beware. Times, Sunday Times (2017)What has happened to that old but sound maxim of buyer beware? Times, Sunday Times (2013)You always have to beware of managers and players blaming officials to disguise their own shortcomings. The Sun (2013) Just beware exit penalties if you plan to move home. The Sun (2012)We must beware of easy answers and quick advice. Christianity Today (2000)And yet they say you should always beware the injured golfer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We must beware of becoming online bores. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Always beware the statistic that is too precise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And journalists must learn to beware of mavericks with scary theories but few facts. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Always beware the horse which suddenly behaves out of character. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Just beware of the gift shops. The Sun (2007) Just beware of blocking off drains. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The only warning - with shopping this easy just beware of the excess baggage. The Sun (2011)You should always beware a wounded Tiger. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But the Hull boss must beware the gruelling demands of competing at both home and abroad. The Sun (2014)So beware - and always remember that footballers are lazy beasts. The Sun (2011)And how far must the buyer beware, the saver exercise canny mistrust and the walker test the bridge? Times, Sunday Times (2006) Just beware of timeshare touts. The Sun (2008) Well, beware the old! Times, Sunday Times (2009) Well, beware - the delicious dishes can cause you to pile on the pounds. The Sun (2014)For the unwary and unconnected party animal, it's a case of buyer beware. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Well, beware, the implications of any kind of infidelity are enormous. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: beware VERB
If you tell someone to beware of a person or thing, you are warning them that the person or thing may harm them or be dangerous.
Beware of being too impatient with others.
Beware, this recipe is not for dieters.
Definition of beware from the Collins English Dictionary
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