give notice of possible danger or unpleasant consequences; inform in advance of what may happen
"The director warned him that he might be fired"
"The doctor warned me about the dangers of smoking"
"I warned him not to go too far"
"I warn you against false assumptions"
"She warned him to be quiet"
"The old man warned the children off his property"
"I warned you that I would ask some difficult questions"
The doctor..warned me he might not last the month.
出自： A. Lambert
He has warned..of the dangers of securitizing debts.
Carelesse heauens..can..not warne death from wretched wight.
The doctor warned the patient against smoking.
They warned him against swimming in that part of the river.
She warned me against being overconfident.
I was once warned against him.
I've been warned against that company, so I'll take a job somewhere else.
He was warned against trying to get through here.
Have they been warned against doing that?
The motoring organization is warning of thick mist and blowing snow on high ground.
机动车组织发出高地将出现浓雾和风雪的警告。 warn sb of sth
They were warned of the approach of the enemy.
They had been warned of the danger.
The town's people have been warned of a possible earthquake.
He realized that his doctor was warning him off drink.
误 I warned him leaving at once.
正 I warned him to leave at once.
析 表示“提醒某人做某事”时,可用warn sb to- v 的句型,不可以用warn sb v -ing句型。