warn meaning in Bengaliসতর্ক
Definition of warn
inform someone in advance of an impending or possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation.
Mr Sheard warns us of the dangers of Airedale and other local hospitals being incorporated into Bradford.
Example of warn
‘It was a nice sunny day, but unfortunately there were no signs, no flags warning us about the dangers,’ he said.
A huge pop concert for girl guides, a demonstration, and two major sporting events all take place on Saturday, and police are warning drivers to stay clear.
Because of the possible dangers we are warning customers not to use them.
Bulky agricultural machinery which dominates country roads should be accompanied by advance warning vehicles, a coroner said.
But the profit warner of the year was Baltimore Technologies.
He was told that advance warning signs were put in place and that, if he could obtain permission from landowners, the council would remove some trees.
Hector said to his men warning them of the possible dangers of an ambush.
It was a habit left over from the old days when the king and his ministers were thus warned of danger.
Mary, on her way to Greenwich, was warned of the trap and rode pell-mell for Norfolk.
More than 20 other people were sent letters from housing officials and police officers warning them that their behaviour could constitute a public nuisance.