alert | engleski leksikon

1. alert


Sinonimi: awake | alive | awake

ETYM French alerte, earlier ŕ l'erte on the watch, from Italian all' erta on the watch, prop. (standing) on a height, where one can look around; erta a declivity, steep, erto steep, p. p. of ergere, erigere, to erect, raise, Latin erigere. Related to Erect.
1. Very attentive or observant.
2. Mentally responsive.
3. Not unconscious; especially having become conscious; SYN. awake.
4. (Usually followed by 'to') Showing acute awareness; mentally perceptive; SYN. alive, awake.

alert | engleski leksikon

2. alert


Sinonimi: alerting | qui vive

1. A warning serves to make one more alert to danger; SYN. alerting.
2. Condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for action:; SYN. qui vive.
3. An automatic signal (usually a sound) warning of danger

alert | engleski leksikon

3. alert


1. In many operating systems with GUIs (graphical user interfaces), an audible or visual alarm that signals an error or represents a warning of some sort. See also alert box.
2. In programming, an asynchronous notification sent by one thread to another. The alert interrupts the recipient thread at defined points in its execution and causes it to execute an asynchronous procedure call. See also asynchronous procedure call, thread (definition 1).

alert | engleski leksikon

4. alert


To notify; to bring to one's attention.
Warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness

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