[ ur-lee wawr-ning ]
/ ˈɜr li ˈwɔr nɪŋ /
Military. a network of radar installations designed to detect enemy aircraft or missiles in time for the effective deployment of defense systems.
any series of steps established to spot potential problems.
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- early warning,
- early warning system,
- early wood,
- early, jubal anderson,
- early-type star,
- earn one's keep
Origin of early-warning system
First recorded in 1945–50
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