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  • Beware Of The Dog — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Beware Of The Dog Álbum de Unit Publicación 2006 Género(s) Grunge Rock …   Wikipedia Español

  • Beware of the Dog — This article is about the single by Jamelia. For the Lil Bow Wow album, see Beware of Dog ; for the short lived television series presented by Animal Planet, see Beware of Dog (TV series). Infobox Single Name = Beware of the Dog Cover size =… …   Wikipedia

  • beware of the dog — be careful of mean dog …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beware — is of Old English origin, and except for a period from about 1600 to the late 19c has lacked inflected forms, being used chiefly in the imperative (Beware of the dog!) or after a modal auxiliary such as do and must (Do beware of the dog / We must …   Modern English usage

  • beware — v. (D; intr.; only in the imper.) beware of (beware of the dog!) * * * [bɪ weə] (D; intr.;only in the imper.) bewareof (bewareof the dog!) (D; intr.;only in the imper.) bewareof (bewareof the dog!) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • beware — v. (only in imper. or infin.) 1 intr. (often foll. by of, or that, lest, etc. + clause) be cautious, take heed (beware of the dog; told us to beware; beware that you don t fall). 2 tr. be cautious of (beware the Ides of March). Etymology: BE +… …   Useful english dictionary

  • beware — be|ware [bıˈweə US ˈwer] v [I,T only in imperative and infinitive] [Date: 1200 1300; Origin: be + ware careful (11 19 centuries) (from Old English wAr)] used to warn someone to be careful because something is dangerous beware of ▪ Beware of the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • beware — be|ware [ bı wer ] verb intransitive or transitive usually in imperative * used to warn someone of danger or difficulty: Beware, buying a house is full of problems. beware of: Beware of the dog! beware of doing something: You should beware of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • beware */ — UK [bɪˈweə(r)] / US [bɪˈwer] verb [intransitive/transitive, usually in imperative] used to warn someone of danger or difficulty Beware, buying a house is full of problems. beware of: Beware of the dog! beware of doing something: You should beware …   English dictionary

  • beware — verb Etymology: Middle English been war, from been to be + war careful more at be, ware Date: 14th century intransitive verb to be on one s guard < beware of the dog > transitive verb 1. to take care of …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • beware — /bi wair /, v.t. 1. to be wary, cautious, or careful of (usually used imperatively): Beware such inconsistency. Beware his waspish wit. v.i. 2. to be cautious or careful: Beware of the dog. [1150 1200; ME, from phrase of warning be ware. See BE,… …   Universalium

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