From Middle English *forewarnien, from Old English forewarnian (“to take warning beforehand; forewarn”), equivalent to fore- + warn. Cognate with Germanvorwarnen (“to warn, forewarn”), Swedishförvarna (“to forewarn”).
forewarn people about the ban?
And I'll forewarn you that I will not compare Socom 3 to the previous two installments because this newest one from Zipper Interactive does not stay loyal to the intense gameplay the predecessors had.
forewarn the council of any deliberate intention to incur an annual deficit.
Remember to also forewarn your neighbors to ensure they are not inconvenienced.
forewarn time is reached, " UK's Kalender " will inform you of the due tasks with symbols and colors.