Alert ( adjective , noun , verb )

(As an adjective)

Alert ( adjective )

  1. Watchful and attentive.
  2. Quick to notice unusual or suspicious activity.
  3. Mentally and physically active and ready for action.

Origin:

From latin alertare "to make watchful", from alere "to nourish, bring up".

Examples:

  1. The security guards were on alert.
  2. The police were on alert for the escaped prisoner.
  3. He was alert to the danger.
  4. She was alert for any signs of trouble.
  5. The driver was alert to the traffic conditions.

(As a noun)

Alert ( noun )

  1. Watchful and attentive.
  2. Quick to notice unusual or suspicious activity.
  3. Mentally and physically active and ready for action.

Origin:

From latin alertare "to make watchful", from alere "to nourish, bring up".

Examples:

  1. The security guards were on alert.
  2. The police were on alert for the escaped prisoner.
  3. He was alert to the danger.
  4. She was alert for any signs of trouble.
  5. The driver was alert to the traffic conditions.

(As a verb)

Alert ( verb )

  1. Watchful and attentive.
  2. Quick to notice unusual or suspicious activity.
  3. Mentally and physically active and ready for action.

Origin:

From latin alertare "to make watchful", from alere "to nourish, bring up".

Examples:

  1. The security guards were on alert.
  2. The police were on alert for the escaped prisoner.
  3. He was alert to the danger.
  4. She was alert for any signs of trouble.
  5. The driver was alert to the traffic conditions.
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