alert about


alert about
v.
llamar la atención con respecto a.

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  • alert — 01. The patient was awake and [alert] about 3 hours after undergoing surgery. 02. Someone had better [alert] the police; we ve been robbed. 03. You have to be very [alert] if you are driving at night in heavy rain. 04. Police have warned people… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • Alert on LAN — (AOL, sometimes AoL) is a 1998, IBM and Intel developed technology that allows for remote management and control of networked PCs. AOL requires a Wake on LAN adapter. Technical details The main idea of AOL is to send warnings to remote… …   Wikipedia

  • Alert, Ohio — Alert is an unincorporated community in southern Morgan Township, Butler County, Ohio, in the United States. It is located about ten miles southwest of Hamilton on Howards Creek, a tributary of the Great Miami River in section 28 of R1ET3N of the …   Wikipedia

  • Alert dialog box — An alert dialog (or dialogue) is a colloquial (though commonly accepted) term for a particular type of dialog box that occurs in a graphical user interface. It is also known as an alert box, alert window, error dialog, alert popup or plainly… …   Wikipedia

  • alert — a|lert1 [ ə lɜrt ] adjective * 1. ) able to think in a clear and intelligent way: He s remarkably alert for his age. Regular exercise could help you to feel better, look better, and be more alert. 2. ) alert to paying attention to what is… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Alert, Nunavut — Location map polarx CanadaGeo caption = lon shift = 4.1 label=Alert label size=70 | lat skew=1.2 background = #DDDD22 position=top lat = 82.466667 long = 62.5 mark=Green pog.svg marksize=6 width=250 float=right Alert, in the Qikiqtaaluk Region,… …   Wikipedia

  • alert — a|lert1 [əˈlə:t US ə:rt] adj [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: alerte, from Italian all erta on the watch ] 1.) giving all your attention to what is happening, being said etc ▪ The animal raised its head, suddenly alert. ▪ Taking notes is one… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • alert — I UK [əˈlɜː(r)t] / US [əˈlɜrt] adjective * 1) able to think in a clear and intelligent way She s remained physically fit and mentally alert. 2) paying attention to what is happening and ready to react quickly if necessary alert to: Parents must… …   English dictionary

  • alert — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ heightened, high ▪ The country has put its troops on high alert. ▪ full ▪ amber, orange, red …   Collocations dictionary

  • alert — [əˈlɜːt] adj I 1) able to think clearly She s remained physically fit and mentally alert.[/ex] 2) paying attention to what is happening and ready to react to it Parents must be alert to the symptoms of the disease.[/ex] II verb [T] alert [əˈlɜːt] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • alert — [[t]əlɜ͟ː(r)t[/t]] ♦♦♦ alerts, alerting, alerted 1) ADJ GRADED If you are alert, you are paying full attention to things around you and are able to deal with anything that might happen. We all have to stay alert... He had been spotted by an alert …   English dictionary