Quick to notice any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult circumstances; vigilant
an alert police officer discovered a truck full of explosives
schools need to be constantly alert to this problem
Able to think clearly; intellectually active
she remained active and alert until well into her eighties
Warn (someone) of a danger, threat, or problem, typically with the intention of having it avoided or dealt with
he alerted people to the dangers of smoking
police were alerted after three men drove away without paying
The state of being watchful for possible danger
security forces were placed on alert
An announcement or signal warning of danger
a bomb alert
an alert sounded and all the fighters took off
A period of vigilance in response to such a warning
traffic was halted during the alert
alarm: warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness; "The empty house alarmed him"; "We alerted the new neighbors to the high rate of burglaries"
condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for action; "bombers were put on alert during the crisis"
engaged in or accustomed to close observation; "caught by a couple of alert cops"; "alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came"; "constantly alert and vigilant, like a sentinel on duty"
a warning serves to make you more alert to danger
quick and energetic; "a brisk walk in the park"; "a lively gait"; "a merry chase"; "traveling at a rattling rate"; "a snappy pace"; "a spanking breeze"
alarm: an automatic signal (usually a sound) warning of danger
STAR is an interbank network and EFTPOS network in the United States. It is the largest American interbank network, with 250,000 ATMs , 134 million cardholders and over 5,700 participating financial institutions. ...
ALERT is a medical facility on the edge of Addis Ababa, specializing in Hansen’s disease, also known as “leprosy”. ...
Alertness is the state of paying close and continuous attention, being watchful and prompt to meet danger or emergency, or being quick to perceive and act. It is related to psychology as well as to physiology. ...
(Alerts) Alert is a colloquial term used to define a machine-to-person communication that is important and/or time sensitive. An alert contains user-requested content such as a reminder (important), a notification (urgent), and ultimately an alert (important and urgent). ...
An alarm; A notification of higher importance than an advisory; To give warning to; Attentive; awake; on-guard
(alerting) A feature that warns administrators about suspicious network events, such as rejected packets and protocol violations.
(Alertness (Arousal)) Our ability to attend, learn, and behave appropriately is dependent, in part, on our state of arousal or alertness. Usually our state of arousal is low as we wake up and rises as we get up and move about. In an alert state we are best able to attend and learn. ...
(Alertness) (shes-bzhin) is the mental factor that checks the condition of mindfulness’s mental hold on the object of focus. It sees if the mental hold has been lost or is too weak or too tight due to flightiness of mind or mental dullness. ...
(Alertness) A mental factor which is a type of wisdom that examines our activity of body, speech, and mind and knows whether or not faults are developing. See Understanding the Mind.
(Alertness) The Gateman should be on the alert and be prepared to take immediate action, should danger be apprehended.
(alerts) notifications, typically in the form of a text or multimedia message, containing time-sensitive information (event details, weather, news, services updates) that are pushed to a mobile subscriber who has opted-in to receive this information. ...
(Alerts) search engines allow you to specify words, phrases or tags that you want checked periodically, with results of those searches returned to you by email. You may also be able to read the searches by RSS feed. ...
("Alerts") is a service to Lenders who wish to be Active Participants but require assistance in identifying Loan Requests. ...
(Alerts) A Google Analytics Alert is a notification of a change in your data. Alerts are beneficial because they draw your attention to program abnormalities you otherwise may have overlooked.
(Alerts) A service allowing you to choose to receive periodic text and picture messages about entertainment, sports, news, and weather.
(Alerts) A service offered by most financial institutions (at Bank of the West the service is offered in Online Banking) that notifies customers typically via email or text message when certain conditions (such as low balances, payment dates, deposits, etc.) are present on an account.
(Alerts) An automated system for warnings that require timely attention.
(Alerts) Automatic notifications. These can include alerts about the location of a person with Alzheimer’s, the battery life on the person’s location device, lack of movement by the person with Alzheimer’s and more. ...