Chinese English Dictionary

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谨慎 in English:

1. prudent 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.

2. 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.