The admonition is he act and result of admonishing: warn, punish, punish. The term has different uses according to context.
On the ground of sport, the reprimands are sanctions that apply to competitors when they violate the rules. If a player does not respect the rules, depending on the type of fault, he can be cautioned by the judge.
In the case of football, the warning is represented by a yellow card. The referee shows this card to the soccer player as a punishment and, in turn, conditions it for the rest of the match: in case of receiving a new warning, the athlete is automatically ejected of the playing field.
A soccer player may be cautioned for removing his jersey to celebrate a goal, for example. Another possibility is that the warning is linked to an excessive protest.
In the Argentine educational systemon the other hand, reprimands were often used in secondary school to punish undisciplined students. By accumulating a certain number of reprimands, the student was expelled from the establishment. In recent years, however, this method was shelved as it was seen as not helping to improve discipline.
In some laws, meanwhile, a warning is a penalty that is applied before a minor offense. This resource has the purpose of expressing the disapproval of a certain conduct.
Finally, a warning is a notification that, in a church, makes it possible to publicize the names of those who are going to be ordained or married, according to the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) in your dictionary. In this way, if an individual knows of an impediment to ordering or marriage, he can report it.