beware /bɪˈwɛː/


I. verb [no obj.] [in imperative or infinitive]

1. be cautious and alert to risks or dangers

shoppers were warned to beware of cut-price fakes
Beware! Dangerous submerged rocks ahead
[with obj.]
we should beware the incompetence of legislators.
– origin Middle English: from the phrase be ware (see be-, ware2).

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