prewarn


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prewarn

(priːˈwɔːn)
vb
to warn in advance
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The needed traffic signs were also installed to prewarn the motoring public.
There is even a camera system to prewarn of the depth of water ahead so you don't exceed the car's wading limit.
To go down, they only need to meet the whisper, meet the estimates, miss the estimates, prewarn any problems or just plain not be positive enough in the conference call.