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Noun(1) the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger(2) a warning against certain acts(3) judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger(4) the trait of being circumspect and prudent
Verb(1) warn strongly; put on guard
(1) they let him off with a caution(2) They had been confident enough in their understanding of the situation to ignore the caution in the manual.(3) Now that there is a danger of frost it is advisable to drive with caution and avoid rushing.(4) She had dismissed the caution as ├ö├ç├┐superfluous and ideological├ö├ç├û but in the midst of the shooting recalled the words.(5) Last month the fertility expert Lord Winston urged caution , warning that many obstacles in their use remained.(6) As a defence of this immunity from action, it has been suggested that the prospect of litigation in such circumstances would cause delay and lead to excessive caution by ministers and officials.(7) The committee issued a formal caution against Mr Clayton's entry on the register.(8) The real problem is that they mistake his caution for weakness.(9) By Thursday, conditions were eased considerably, with no repeat of the disastrous conditions, despite the Met Service continuing to sound a note of caution .(10) One man ignored the caution and dropped onto his stomach without so much as waving a flashlight.(11) I would ask that those involved in water based activity to exercise the utmost caution and to always play safe.(12) She remembered Joe's warnings and walked with caution .(13) Economic purists caution patience and promise a more efficient electricity market in the future.(14) Those urging caution note the failure of the euro to go above $1.30, despite ongoing market clatter about dollar weakness.(15) I fully agree with the caution expressed about the use of ├ö├ç├┐smart cards.├ö├ç├û(16) A coroner has urged climbers to exercise extreme caution when tackling limestone cliffs in the Dales.
1. care ::
3. precaution ::
4. caveat ::
6. advise ::
7. admonish ::
Different Formscaution, cautionary, cautioned, cautioning, cautions
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