beware of (someone or something)

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beware of (someone or something)

Be cautious or mindful of something or someone, especially something or someone that might pose a danger of some kind. Beware of the boss today—he's been yelling at everyone he sees. Beware of their dog, he's vicious!
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beware of someone or something

to be cautious and watchful about someone or something. Beware of Ted. He's acting irrational. You should beware of the dog.
See also: beware, of
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Beware of one distracting you while the other steals your property.
X-BOX owners who use the games machine's internet link to play football online should beware of one mystery opponent who seems to be obsessed with an Arsenal midfielder.
THIS should be the start of a period when you will feel more content and less frustrated than of late, but you are warned to beware of one small disappointment.
Beware of one passion-killing chapter in the castle's history - probably best forgotten about on Valentine's Day - that happened in 1685.
England will survive the Tunisian threat but they have been warned to beware of one of the best defenders in Africa.
Rangers' Turkish midfielder Tugay has warned his team-mates to beware of one of the most potent strikeforces in Europe when they face Galatasaray.