英 美 ：[wɔːrnd]
- adj. 已警告的
- v. 警告（warn的过去分词）
及物动词/不及物动词的用法：If you warn someone about something such as a possible danger or problem, you tell them about it so that they are aware of it. 警告; 提醒例：
When I had my first baby friends warned me that children were expensive.
They warned him of the dangers of sailing alone.
He warned of a possibility of a new terrorist attack.
及物动词/不及物动词的用法：If you warn someone not to do something, you advise them not to do it so that they can avoid possible danger or punishment. 告诫例：
Mrs. Blount warned me not to interfere.
"Don't do anything yet," he warned. "Too risky."
But the F.A.O. representative in Liberia warned about spraying pesticides from airplanes because of the risk of additional water pollution.
So this is Virgil: "When I was fain to sing of kings and battles, the Cynthian god" -that's Phoebus Apollo -- "plucked my ear and warned me."
And I ask same car or not. Again, at this time imagine you to be warned.
Chairman Tom Lantos warned fellow committee members they had a sobering choice to make.
And just last week, he released a report that warned of possible future leaks.