Expression of the week: give someone a heads up


“Give someone a heads up”.

Portuguese equivalent: “Avisar alguém”.

It means to give someone a warning about something that’s going to happen.

Sample sentences:

“The flight dispatcher gave us a heads up that they would rearrange the cargo after the passengers boarded”.

“Let me give you a heads up: the president of the company is on this flight!”

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