自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-UNCOUNT 谨慎;慎重 Caution is great care which you take in order to avoid possible danger.
Extreme caution should be exercised when buying part-worn tyres...
The Chancellor is a man of caution.
VERB 提醒;告诫;警告 If someone cautions you, they warn you about problems or danger.
Tony cautioned against misrepresenting the situation...
The statement clearly was intended to caution Seoul against attempting to block the council's action again...
VERB 受到(警方)正式警告 If someone who has broken the law is cautioned by the police, they are warned that if they break the law again official action will be taken against them.
The two men were cautioned but police say they will not be charged...
Tapp was eventually cautioned for wasting police time.
VERB 向…告知其法律权利(即嫌疑人所说的任何话都可能成为呈堂证据) If someone who has been arrested is cautioned, the police warn them that anything they say may be used as evidence in a trial.
Nobody was cautioned after arrest.
PHRASE 把理智抛至脑后;鲁莽行事;恣意妄为 If you throw caution to the wind, you behave in a way that is not considered sensible or careful.
I threw caution to the wind and rode as fast as I could.