English to Welsh Meaning :: judicious

Judicious :
ddoeth
- ddoethddoethddoethjudiciousness
 
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Adjective(1) marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters

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(1) Is that level of funding secure and is it open to judicious increases?(2) I have been very judicious about the interviews that I have agreed to do through the years.(3) The curators were judicious in their selection of authors for the exhibition catalogue.(4) He stressed, however, pressure, if any, must be applied in a judicious way and only when appropriate.(5) This judicious selection means less than 200 garments worldwide will be produced.(6) We were, quite literally, reaping the rewards of ignoring the judicious practice of crop rotation.(7) Social occasions in particular require judicious thought and planning.(8) Indeed, the lack of judicious editing is the most obvious problem with this book.(9) Make wise and judicious use of resources, without waste, but use them; do not allow them to languish untapped.(10) Most of the women credit card holders are judicious in using their cards.(11) With judicious editing and good music, suddenly you can seem like a star on the screen.(12) If so, then judicious quotation from the diaries might have made this point just as well as their wholesale reproduction.(13) All one needs to do is a little judicious planning and research before heading there.(14) I think the play might have benefited from some judicious cutting, as this is a very wordy piece, which went on for more than three hours.(15) Organised for the 19th year, the fair aims to impress on the young the need for judicious use of water.(16) You have a logical, judicious , and pleasant way of expressing yourself and you do so in a straightforward fashion.
Synonyms
Adjective
1. wise ::
doeth
2. sensible ::
synhwyrol
3. prudent ::
darbodus
4. politic ::
wleidyddol
5. shrewd ::
graff
6. astute ::
graff
7. canny ::
canny
8. sagacious ::
ei ddoethineb
10. sound ::
sain
11. well-advised ::
-Ddoeth
12. discerning ::
craff
13. percipient ::
percipient
14. intelligent ::
deallus
15. smart ::
smart
16. heads-up ::
pennau i fyny
Antonyms
1. imprudent ::
annoeth
2. indiscreet ::
indiscreet
3. injudicious ::
annoeth
Different Forms
judicious, judiciously, judiciousness
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