Caveat (Pronounced: cav•e•ot)→ Noun.:
a) a warning enjoining one from certain acts or practices.
b) an explanation to prevent misinterpretation.
Example: “His investment advice comes with a caveat: that the stock market is impossible to predict with absolute accuracy.”
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