Definitions of "caveat"
  1. A cautionary detail that advises against certain actions or behaviors
  2. A statement that provides clarity to avoid misunderstanding
  3. A formal request to a judge or legal body to postpone a legal process until the opposing party can present their case
How to use "caveat" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer issued a caveat about the potential legal repercussions of the proposed action.
  2. To prevent confusion, he added a concise caveat to his agreement.
  3. Upon receiving the caveat, the court agreed to delay the proceedings to allow the defense time to prepare.

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