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1    to notify or make (someone) aware of danger, harm, etc.  
2    tr; often takes a negative and an infinitive   to advise or admonish (someone) as to action, conduct, etc.  
I warn you not to do that again     
3    takes a clause as object or an infinitive   to inform (someone) in advance  
he warned them that he would arrive late     
4    tr; usually foll by: away, off, etc.   to give notice to go away, be off, etc.  
he warned the trespassers off his ground     
     (Old English wearnian; related to Old High German warnen, Old Norse varna to refuse)  
   warner             n  
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warren, warn, warder, ware

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