prewarn


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prewarn

(priːˈwɔːn)
vb
to warn in advance
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Its best not to prewarn them - you want their reaction to be real and you don't want them to give you the opportunity to take the joke out.
Strategically positioned radars detect and prewarn of slope instabilities that could endanger operating personnel and equipment and disrupt operations.
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.