Inglés - Italiano

italiano traducción de warning

warning

(ˈwɔːnɪŋ)

noun

    1. (gen) avvertimento, ammonimento
    2. (by police, judge) diffida
    3. (advance notice)
      warning (of) preavviso (di)
    to give sb a warning that avvertire qn che
    to give sb due/a few days' warning avvertire qn a tempo debito/con qualche giorno di anticipo
    without (any) warning senza preavviso
    let this be a warning to you! che ti serva da ammonimento!
    gale warning (meteorology) avviso di burrasca

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Video: pronunciation of 'warning'

Ejemplos de frases que contienen warning

Estos ejemplos se han seleccionado automáticamente y pueden contener contenido sensible. Lee mas…
Did he give guidance by advice or warning when it would have been useful or fair to do so?
Torrington, Derek Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)
She had barely arrived at the international exhibition centre when she was handed a stark Brexit warning.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
First, councils must be required to display advance warning signs of such measures.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Put government health warnings on delivery vans.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We also use a red and yellow card warning system.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We cannot repeat this warning often enough.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But it was a warning of what dangers are round the corner.
The Sun (2010)
I mention all this as a warning of the dangers of going after rich people through punitive measures.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There are also warnings about security and causing offence.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
We noticed the warning signs a week or two ago.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
A warning shot was fired but he fled when none of the heavily armoured commandos was able to give chase.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
All direct election comes with warnings attached.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But he went off message by declaring his support for grammar schools and warning ministers not to build a third runway at Heathrow.
The Sun (2012)
It issued a yellow fog warning covering swathes of the UK until at least 11am.
The Sun (2017)
Not because there is no advance warning of the subject matter, though that is disconcerting enough.
The Sun (2013)
Others argued that the government or international agencies should have issued warnings and advice and begun stockpiling emergency supplies.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She would like her story to be a stark warning to people buying home hair dye kits.
The Sun (2015)
The Devon force said the warning ended the problem.
The Sun (2016)
The annual charity gig carried a warning to people it may cause offence.
The Sun (2016)
The company had also been given two warnings that it appeared unaware of.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The documents also contained warnings about booby trap devices.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The'pay more for less' warning came after ministers snubbed a plea to give more cash to struggling councils.
The Sun (2008)
There were scattered reports of looting and warnings of a possible health crisis.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
These warning notices are available to the public.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
They can kill and should come with a health warning.
The Sun (2016)
They were given no warning that their sentences were about to be carried out.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Two more warnings suggested a problem with the aeroplane's flight control computer systems.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Warnings about the slicing of military budgets are not new.
The Sun (2016)
These are strong warnings and the government cannot afford to ignore them.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Too often such warnings are presented as counsels of despair.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Watch for early warning signs of danger.
Christianity Today (2000)

Tendencias de warning

Muy común. warning es una de las 4000 palabras más usadas del Diccionario Collins.

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warn

(wɔːn)

transitive verb

  1. to warn (of or about) avvertire (di), avvisare (di)
    to warn sb not to do sth or against doing sth avvertire qn di non fare qc
    you have been warned! sei avvisato!
    well, I warned you! be', ti avevo avvertito!
    to warn sb off or against sth mettere qn in guardia contro qc

Ejemplos de frases que contienen warn

Estos ejemplos se han seleccionado automáticamente y pueden contener contenido sensible. Lee mas…
He warned that future action was in the offing.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But, not unlike a constitutional monarch, he has the ability to advise and to warn the chain of command.
Richard Holmes Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War (2006)
Marine pilots were advised to drop warning messages on the towns or villages concerned, allowing civilians time to get away.
Mcinnes, Colin & Sheffield G.D (eds.) Warfare in the Twentieth Century (1988)
But be warned that advance tickets are not as flexible as buying on the day.
The Sun (2012)
His taking us into an illegal war stoked the very menace he warns about.
The Sun (2014)
Teachers are obviously not warning pupils about the dangers properly.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And he will again warn them about their conduct in talks today.
The Sun (2016)
He took his players aside to warn them about it yesterday.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It is more likely he will be given just a ticking off and warned about his conduct.
The Sun (2016)
Air safety experts have warned about the dangers of transporting batteries.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
And last night union chiefs warned of further action unless employers meet their six per cent demand.
The Sun (2008)
But diners are not warned in advance the chicken they will be eating is halal.
The Sun (2014)
But he warned with any action 'we have to be more realistic in what is deliverable'.
The Sun (2016)
Change it again - and warn friends not to release it.
The Sun (2008)
Councils across the country have warned of its dangers.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He had been warned again and again but failed to take action.
The Sun (2012)
He warns of possible failure unless thousands more troops are sent.
The Sun (2009)
He was in a serious condition last night after two operations and doctors warned of possible brain damage.
The Sun (2008)
He will beat a goalkeeper with a sudden shot when there was little warning of danger.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
None of the nine households had been warned in advance.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Pakistan complained that it had not been warned in advance.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Police have warned her about his past and it is known that medics are worried about the relationship.
The Sun (2008)
Public health experts have long warned of the dangers of snacking.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Security officials warned that actions by a small number of passengers could still cause chaos.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She warns against the dangers of sending out mixed signals.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The action will include warning patients and doctors of the risks of misuse, improving surveillance of the problem and reducing the concentrations of antibiotics used in agriculture.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The following month he warned again about the economic damage that reliance on wind power would do.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The funeral firm blamed the hospital for not warning the pair about the cost.
The Sun (2016)
The letter warned that possible sanctions included being removed from privileged work parties.
The Sun (2013)
They have the power to advise, warn, reprimand or remove a judge for misconduct.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Yesterday police warned against the dangers of legal highs.
The Sun (2014)
You are warned time and again you could jeopardise the case.
The Sun (2013)

warning en Otros Idiomas

Inglés británico: warning /ˈwɔːnɪŋ/ NOUN
A warning is something which is said or written to tell people of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant thing that might happen.
They issued a warning that recovery is likely to be slow.
  • Inglés americano: warning
  • Árabe: تـَحْذِير
  • Portugués brasileño: aviso
  • Chino: 警告
  • Croata: upozorenje
  • Checo: varování
  • Danés: advarsel
  • Holandés: waarschuwing
  • Español europeo: advertencia
  • Finlandés: varoitus
  • Francés: avertissement
  • Alemán: Warnung
  • Griego: προειδοποίηση
  • Italiano: avvertimento
  • Japonés: 警告
  • Coreano: 경고
  • Noruego: advarsel
  • Polaco: ostrzeżenie
  • Portugués: aviso
  • Rumano: avertizare
  • Ruso: предупреждение
  • Español: advertencia
  • Sueco: varning
  • Tailandés: การเตือน
  • Turco: uyarı
  • Ucraniano: попередження
  • Vietnamita: lời cảnh báo
Inglés británico: warning ADJECTIVE
Warning actions or signs give a warning.
She ignored the warning signals.
  • Inglés americano: warning
  • Portugués brasileño: de aviso
  • Chino: 警告性的
  • Español europeo: de aviso
  • Francés: d'alarme
  • Alemán: Warn-
  • Italiano: d'allarme
  • Japonés: 警告の
  • Coreano: 경고의
  • Portugués: de aviso
  • Español: de aviso

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