English vocabulary and translations (See all)
(to warn somebody) in advance: (to tell somebody) ahead of time, before the event
- "I just wanted to let you know in advance, you know, because I love you."
- "If you are going to watch TV, please let me know in advance which programs you'd like to watch."
- "Wild boar sauté (must order 10 days in advance)"
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