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Definition of caveat noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



, NAmE//ˈkæviˌæt//
, NAmE//ˈkɑviˌɑt//
(formal) (from Latin)
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a warning that particular things need to be considered before something can be done Any discussion of legal action must be preceded by a caveat about fees.
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