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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: 'let him or her beware', from cavere; CAUTION1

caveat

noun
     
ca‧ve‧at [countable]
formal a warning that something may not be completely true, effective etc
caveat that
She will be offered treatment, with the caveat that it may not work.

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