1. to warn
I've tried to warn you.
to enter a caveat
The only caveat I would have is she's inexperienced.
So even with that caveat, I knew that someone would buy the naming rights.
I think the Administration is right - but with two big caveats.
First, a caveat
But it is also liberally sprinkled with caveats and warnings as to the difficulties in turning up more evidence.
I am voting for the report, with the caveat that there is a need to continue debating the matter so that it will have a better legal framework.
I had to add a caveat in writing to her deal memo.