1. to give notice, advice, or intimation to (a person, group, etc.) of danger, impending evil, possible harm, or anything else unfavorable: They warned him of a plot against him. She was warned that her life was in danger.
2. to urge or advise to be careful; caution: to warn a careless driver.
3. to admonish or exhort, as to action or conduct: She warned her employees to be on time.
4. to notify, advise, or inform: to warn a person of an intended visit. 5
"markets can be warn to investors."
"prospects can be warn of risks."
"prospects can be warn of concerns."
"people can be warn to kinds."
"people can be warn of obstacles."
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