How To Pronounce caveat

caveat

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  • (General American) IPA(key): [ˈkæ.vi,ɑːt]
  • (UK) IPA(key): [ˈkæ.vɛə,ɑːt]
ˈkeɪvɪæt
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1 Meaning, 6 Sentences and 6 Another words found for caveat.

1.{Noun}  (law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing
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 1.- The Saskatchewan Government Is Reconsidering Construction Of A Second Bridge In The City Of Prince Albert — With A caveat
 2.The Heads Of The House And Senate Redistricting Committees On Tuesday Asked Their Staff To Start Developing Remedial Plans To Fix The Congressional Redistricting Plan But Added A caveat: They Must Refrain From Any Conversation With Congressmen And Their Staff And May Not Discuss The Maps With Anyone
 3.On The 4th Of April 1877 Emile Berliner Filed A caveat In The United States Patent Office, In Which He Stated That, On The Principle Of The Variation With Pressure Of The Resistance At The Contact Of Two Conductors, He Had Made An Instrument Which Could Be Used As A Telephone Transmitter, And That,
 4.It Was Very Early Recognized - And, Indeed, Is Mentioned In The First Patents Of Bell, And In A caveat Filed By Elisha Gray In The United States Patent Office Only Some Two Hours After Bell's Application For A Patent - That Sounds And Spoken Words Might Be Transmitted To A Distance By Causing The Vi
 5.But Her Application To Have The Grave In Highgate Opened (with The Object Of Showing That The Coffin There Was Empty), Though Granted By Dr Tristram, Chancellor Of The Diocese Of London, Was Thwarted By A caveat Being Entered On The Part Of The Executor Of T.
 6.A caveat Filed Against The Probate Of A Will
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 1.{Verb}  caveats
 2.{Noun}  caution
 3.{Verb}  warning
 4.{Verb}  notice
 5.{Verb}  caveating
 6.{Verb}  caveated
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