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Hindi translation of 'warn'

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warn

/wɔːn वॉन्/
Word forms: warns, warning, warned
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 करानासजग करना / सजग करानाचेतावनी देना
UN officials warn of disease and famine. Friends had warned me that children were expensive.
warn someone of/about/against something experts/officials warn
SIMILAR WORDS
alert, 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.
आगाह करनासावधान करनासचेत करनाजतानाबतलाना
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'

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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)

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'warn' in Other Languages

British English: warn /wɔːn/ VERB
of danger If you warn someone about a possible danger or problem, you tell them about it so that they are aware of it.
UN officials warn of disease and famine.
Friends had warned me that children were expensive.
  • American English: warn
  • 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
  • European Portuguese: advertir
  • Romanian: a avertiza
  • Russian: предупреждать
  • Spanish: advertir
  • Swedish: varna
  • Thai: เตือน
  • Turkish: uyarmak
  • Ukrainian: попереджати
  • Vietnamese: cảnh báo
British English: warn VERB
of problem If you warn someone not to do something, you advise them not to do it so that they can avoid possible danger or punishment.
She warned me not to interfere.

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Translation of warn from the Collins English to Hindi
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