Arabic English Dictionary

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حذر in English:

1. Cautious Cautious


Be cautious and don't go too far!
Stay cautious - somebody is watching us.
Becky's become a very cautious driver since her accident.
Tom thinks that Mary is being unnecessarily cautious.
Be cautious!
To be cautious is often to show wisdom.
You are game, but more cautious thinking about safety.
I am cautious with regard to this question of turning outward and inward.
As far as Bob is concerned, anything goes. By contrast, Jane is very cautious.
Perhaps a more cautious approach would bring better results.
/ˈkɔː.ʃəs/ He's a cautious ​driver.a cautious ​approach cautious ​criticism
Auto ​companies are taking a cautious ​approach toward ​introducing ​electric ​cars.
Someone who is cautious ​avoids ​risks: He's a cautious ​driver.
If I had been cautious I wouldn; t have left the bag on the bench.
Since his arrival in town, all the women have remained cautious about him.

2. careful


Be careful!
If you aren't careful about what you eat, you'll put back on all the weight that you spent so much time losing.
He was careful enough to make his daughter promise not to go out after dark.
Careful! Watch out!
A lot of people who have up until now been spending money having a good time now need to be more careful with their money.
That proposal may be a way to kill two birds with one stone, but we also have to be careful not to get greedy and spoil everything.
I was allowed to go off by myself provided that I promised to be careful.
A successful business is built on careful financial management.
Don't lump all these issues together. You need to give every single one careful consideration.
It is acceptable to mention your job and interests and to ask the other person about his, but be careful not to let the conversation become too personal.
When I'm home and I'm going to the corner drugstore to pick up some shampoo, why do you always tell me to be careful how I cross the street?
These are the important items to which careful attention is to be paid.
I'm careful when I zip up my jeans, not to pinch myself.
First, they should have right ideas of things, ideas that are based on careful observation, and understand causes of effects and their significance correctly.
I wouldn't push him too far. You don't know what he might do. I'd say you can't be too careful. They say even a doomed mouse will bite a cat if he has no choice.

English word "حذر"(careful) occurs in sets:

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3. warn


I warn you!
Just to warn you in advance, today's blog is no fun.
Actually, you know what, I should warn you, you're going to be disappointed
Parents warn their children not to eat food given to them by strangers.
Experts warn that these are very things that can leads us into dependency no matter how harmless they may seem at first.
He was warned that if he ever stole anything again, he would go to prison.
I think I should warn you that Liam doesn't always tell the truth.
"You have to be careful not to eat top much." She warned us not to eat top much
B1 to tell someone that something bad may happen in the future, so that they can prevent it ostrzegać, przestrzegać [+ that] I warned you that it would be cold but you still wouldn't wear a coat. I've been warning him for months
I should have gone back to the wall and warned them, but...
The report warns that consumers could end up paying higher prices.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Don’t go near the edge of the cliff. He warned me to not go near the edge of the cliff.
I did warn you of possible failure.
The US special service warned their citizens od a possible terrorist attack.

English word "حذر"(warn) occurs in sets:

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4. warned


He warned against violence.
The radio warned us of the coming earthquake and we started gathering our things.
He warned me that I would fail.
You should have warned him before.
I was not aware of the danger until they warned me.
I've warned you over and over again not to do it.
The ecologist warned us that petroleum was not merely a blessing but also a curse.
I warned you off about him.
I was given a scare by a doctor I interviewed for the TV program who warned me not to rest easy just because I had no allergic symptoms at the moment.
Soviet and Western observers have warned that if the Muslim republics do not join the commonwealth, they may from a separate group, setting up a volatile ethnic and religious split.
Other passengers warned him that he would need to eat meat in london because of the cold weather
The lawyer warned his client against testifying, but he did it anyway.
They warned us of our possible failure in this plan.
Mrs. Brown warned Beth that if she didn't eat properly she would be permanently overweight.
I warned little Mary to leave the kerosene heater alone.

English word "حذر"(warned) occurs in sets:

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