In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1beware lest you fall into temptation — guárdate / cuídate de caer en la tentación
- beware! — ¡atención!
- to beware of sth/sb
- [ S ]beware of the dog — cuidado con el perro
- he was told to beware of pickpockets — le dijeron que se cuidara de los carteristas / que tuviera cuidado con los carteristas
- we were told to beware of forgeries — nos previnieron de las falsificaciones
- beware of imitations — desconfíe de las imitaciones
- The commission urged consumers to beware of Web sites promising high income for zero risk.
- If an email asks you to send any private information or do things to your PC, then beware.
- Always beware of giving your personal details to anyone online, if you are not sure who they are or represent.
- However, beware of making compromises with your own values and priorities or you miss life.
- She urged people using needles to dispose of them properly and warned other parents to beware of the risks.
- Drivers in the city who have not paid their parking fines had better beware.
- Just beware of using too much flour, it can make it a little too dry and crumbly.
- As you start a new venture beware of losing sight of your own goals and priorities.
- But beware of those who claim that we must destroy the system in order to save it.
- A mother is urging parents to beware of thieves selling stolen bikes in the run up to Christmas.
- We must beware of the danger of confusing what is passionately and deeply wanted with what is a right.
- Anyway I caution you all to beware of using makeup of any kind that has glitter in it.
- It would be wise to be wary of predictions and to beware of generalisations.
- Just a word of advice; if you think that such a person is your friend - beware.
- Police are warning people to beware of unscrupulous high-pressure salesmen at their doors.
- Elderly people are being warned to beware of bogus callers following an attempted burglary.
- Look at what has been achieved for your good in this beautiful market town, but beware of false promises.
- Parents planning to buy motorised scooters for their children this Christmas are being urged to beware.
- But they have to beware of spilling secrets in front of their old comrades.
- But viewer beware, a dry sense of humour is needed to enjoy this movie to its fullest.
1guardarse decuidarse de
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