Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

rozważny in English:

1. thoughtful


Be thoughtful about the decisions you make.
You should be more thoughtful of your safety.
He's only a boy, but he is very thoughtful.
Thank you very much for your thoughtful present.
Thank you for the card - it was very thoughtful of you.
They said Reagan seemed calm and thoughtful.
Beth stood there, silent and thoughtful, for a long time.
They are thoughtful and ready to help you if something needs to be done.
Everyone can tell she is thoughtful.
She looked thoughtful.
Looking for somebody sincere, open-minded, thoughtful.
how very thoughtful of you! / her work is thoughtful and provocative
1. He suddenly became thoughtful. 2. Thank you for the gift, that's so thoughtful of you!
At their best, these shows try to do something more thoughtful.
What are you so thoughtful about?

English word "rozważny"(thoughtful) occurs in sets:

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2. prudent


Be prudent and don't do anything stupid!
It was prudent of you to save money.
A miser hoards money not because he is prudent but because he is greedy.
prudent person
A prudent woman always has with her pepper spray
You made a prudent choice
Indeed he is young, but he is prudent.
A prudent bird chooses its tree. A wise servant chooses his master.
We should be prudent with their money, and this is not a prudent budget.
It's always prudent to read a contract carefully before signing it.
This looks like a prudent investment.
no prudent money manager would authorize a loan without first knowing its purpose
they are very prudent about becoming pregnant
China has tried to calm investors by reassuring it will implement prudent monetary policy to stabilise markets.
You also must be very prudent, to keep that hidden.

English word "rozważny"(prudent) occurs in sets:

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3. considerate


considerate person
Being a very considerate person, Susie avoided the difficult subcject which might have worried her mother.
She is bright, friendly, kind, and considerate. In brief, she is a good person.
It was very considerate of Mr Yamada to send his secretary a bouquet of flowers on her birthday.
His nephew was brought up to be modest and considerate.
David is very considerate and never says anything to hurt other people
We realized, you can make him kind, generous, funny, considerate, as long as one condition is met for him, is that he stays the top toy.
What could we do to be considerate: write a song, poem, or note for someone you care about; ask a student you have never talked to, to join you at lunch; when you meet someone, learn their name and one personal thing about them.
We should be considerate to the old. You should be more considerate of your parents. I didn't mean to be inconsiderate. It was really considerate of you to lend me $500, when I was in difficulties.
Bob is a considerate man and always helps people out.
Sara is always polite and considerate of other people's feelings, which is why everyone likes her.
He could have got a better job, been a little more considerate.
a polite and considerate child. → Opposite inconsiderate
Person who is careful not to hurt anybody is considerate.
You're considerate, but don't you think you should work a little more at understanding the subtleties of the human mind?

English word "rozważny"(considerate) occurs in sets:

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4. sensible


Our teenage daughter is sensible so we can trust her.
A sensible man wouldn't say such a thing in public.
Be sensible
I dreamt that Congress effected sensible tax reform to improve the lot of the working class. I then woke up in a gutter with nothing but ragged clothes and a stolen guitar to my name.
Really, my lady stammered out the haberdasher, after what appeared to us to be a most ominous pause, "I am deeply sensible of your ladyship's patronage, and the patronage of your ladyship's niece."
From children to the elderly, sensible exercise has a good effect on the body.
Throat and nose membranes hurt by dry air allow cold viruses to enter more easily. It is important to carry out sensible counter plans against the cold with heaters and against the dryness with humidifiers.
The doctor gave her sensible advice on how to lose weight.
It is not so important how much I will earn but my job must be sensible and enjoyable.
I cannot believe that it is sensible to spend so much
And they've been taking just some really sensible measures – measures around having more progressive tax, around investing in a higher minimum wage
sensible person is very practical and down-to-earth
I hope that the C Committee will reach sensible compromises.
/ˈsen.sɪ.bl̩/ a sensible ​answer/​approach/​compromise/​option a sensible ​person I ​think the sensible thing to do is ​call and ​ask for ​directions. It would be sensible to take an ​umbrella.
But he who knows what insanity is, is sane; whereas insanity can no more be sensible of its own existence, than blindness can see itself.

English word "rozważny"(sensible) occurs in sets:

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5. 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.