Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Warning"

The meaning of "Warning" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You don't want to do it like that
This is just a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>, you don't want to get on the wrong side of him, rookie.

Does "you don't want to" mean "I suggest you should not do" or "You better not do"? mean?
A: 'you don't want to' means 'you better not'. It would not be 'suggest' as that's polite and this person is stating the other person doesn't want to without asking them beforehand, kind of like demanding they don't want to, which is rude. 'You better not' is also rude so they mean more the same.
Q: What does What does “health <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> labels” mean? mean?
A:
A health <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> label is an obligatory sign on a product. For example, cigarettes come with a cancer and heart disease <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>. I’ve included a snapshot of an image search.
Q: What does A <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> in '09 for over limit of lines. mean?
A: I need more information (context) to be sure but if I had to guess I would say ‘09 is short for 2009 and that “over limit of lines” has something to do with too many “fishing lines”.

So maybe it is about Fish &amp; Game <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> people in 2009 about using too many fishing lines at the same time.

If you think about it, this makes sense. If a person went fishing alone and used 10 fishing lines at the same time they could catch too many fish which is bad for the fish population and unfair for other fishermen.

EDIT: I found this in a government document.

“Late at night a fisherman was observed with an over limit of lines in the water. The fisherman stated that some of the lines were his and the others belonged to his friend that just went inside the cottage to go to the bathroom.”

So I think my answer is correct. There are rules for not having too many fishing lines at the same time.
Q: What does warning:Boozers are losers. mean?
A: People who drink alcohol are losers and shouldn't do it
Q: What does They let him off with a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> mean?
A: They released him with punishing him.

Example sentences using "Warning"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> .
A: A <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> from the police was released due to the rampant crimes that keep on happening these days.

Synonyms of "Warning" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> and caveat ?
A: "Caveat" is Latin, so it sounds much more formal. "Warning" is Germanic, so it sounds more direct.
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> and caveat ?
A: To warn someone is to tell them there may be danger in proceeding. A caveat is a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> that legal action may be taken against someone. Basically caveat is a legal term for giving someone written notice they are in violation of a law or contract and that they may be prosecuted.

Unless you're talking about law, use the word <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>.
Q: What is the difference between These <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> messages keep "popping" up on the screen. and These <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> messages keep "showing" up on the screen. ?
A: どちらともいいと思いますよ。
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> and caution ?
A: Usually <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> has a more harsh connotation. Caution is kind of similar to worry or wariness. For example: The woman gave the children a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>. After that <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>, the children had more caution.
*Also caution is more commonly used as an adjective "cautious"

Translations of "Warning"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 너도 알다시피 이학교에서는 지켜야될 기본적인 규칙같은게 있어. 근데 너는 그걸 지키지 않아서 우리는 너에게 <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> letter를 줘야할수밖에 없는 상황이야.
A: As you know, there are some basic rules in this school. But you don’t keep/obey it, so we have to give you a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> letter.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span>
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say the <span class="dictionary_keyword">warnings</span> appears ahead of a movie, that there maybe some info causing uncomfortable feelings. how do we call those info.? strong contents?
A: So you'd have:

Viewer Advisory: The content of the following video may cause uneasiness. Viewer discretion is advised.

Other questions about "Warning"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce He got <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> from the ref for faking an injury..
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Q: This is a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> labeling.
"Since this is a private property, no bicycle parking allowed. No responsibility for the owner of this property in the event of loss or theft. does this sound natural?
A: Warning labels tend to be brief.

Private property. No bicycle parking allowed. The owner is not responsible in the event of loss or theft.
Q: Why do they spell "Do not" instead of "Don't" in <span class="dictionary_keyword">warnings</span>?
A: It is more formal, and giving clearer instructions. It is a way to show boldness and power, so that you do follow the rules.
Q: Even so, we should not overlook a <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> from the experiment ( simulation ) due to its limitation. does this sound natural?
A: I don' see any capital letters at the beginning of your sentences, but other than that it's perfect.
Q: This <span class="dictionary_keyword">warning</span> notice put on the wall of a store's restroom. does this sound natural?
A: Please do not bring any unpurchased items into the restroom.

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