warning light

NOUN
  1. a cautionary sign of danger
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How To Use warning light In A Sentence

  • There was a warning light flashing on the instrument panel.
  • There's even a couple of yellow radioactivity warning lights for sinister effect.
  • A red warning light glowing on the panel indicated to him that the catapult's compressed air cylinders were under pressure and the safety lock on the supporting trolley had been released.
  • Drivers are baffled by the growing array of dashboard warning lights, according to a survey. Times, Sunday Times
  • The safety car's one concession to alerting the turbo-charged 400-horsepower cars hurtling towards it was the blinking of its hazard warning lights.
  • The brake warning light came on.
  • The hazard warning lights were on and the bonnet of the car was up, concealing Dr Shankar.
  • A warning light goes on when the battery is running low.
  • Since most modern rental cars have warning lights, rental companies do not automatically supply red triangles. Times, Sunday Times
  • The car's hazard warning lights automatically switch on with sudden braking or in a collision.
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