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  • alert — I adj. alert to (alert to danger) II n. 1) to call an alert 2) to place, put (troops) on alert 3) to call off, cancel an alert 4) (a) full; preliminary; red alert (the troops were on full alert) 5) on (the) alert (to be on the alert) 6) (misc.)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • alert — /əˈlɜt / (say uh lert) adjective 1. vigilantly attentive: an alert mind. 2. quick to react. –noun 3. an attitude of vigilance, wariness or caution: on the alert. 4. an alarm or warning, especially an air raid warning. 5. the period during which… …  

  • alert — ► ADJECTIVE 1) quick to notice and respond to danger or unusual circumstances. 2) quick thinking; intelligent. ► NOUN 1) the state of being alert. 2) a warning of danger. ► VERB ▪ warn of a danger or problem …   English terms dictionary

  • Danger Snobfog — Épisode de South Park Numéro d’épisode Saison 10 Épisode 141 Code de production 1002 Diffusion 29 mars 2006 Chronologie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Alert — A*lert , n. (Mil.) An alarm from a real or threatened attack; a sudden attack; also, a bugle sound to give warning. We have had an alert. Farrow. [1913 Webster] {On the alert}, on the lookout or watch against attack or danger; ready to act. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • alert — [ə lʉrt′] adj. [Fr alerte, earlier à l erte < It all erta, on the watch < alla, at the + erta, a lookout, high (point) < VL * ergere, for L erigere, to ERECT] 1. watchful and ready, as in facing danger 2. quick in thought or action;… …   English World dictionary

  • Danger! 50.000 Volts! — Seriendaten Originaltitel Danger! 50.000 Volts!(Staffel 1) Danger! Incoming Attack! (Staffel 2) Produktionsland Großbritannien …   Deutsch 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 — 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 — alertly, adv. alertness, n. /euh lerrt /, adj. 1. fully aware and attentive; wide awake; keen: an alert mind. 2. swift; agile; nimble. n. 3. an attitude of vigilance, readiness, or caution, as before an expected attack. 4. a warning or alarm of… …   Universalium

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