- n.小心; 警告; 〈英〉担保; 〈口〉须警惕的事或人;
- vt.警告; 提醒;
- 第三人称单数: cautions;
- 过去式: cautioned;
- 过去分词: cautioned;
- 现在分词: cautioning;
Television broadcasters were warned to exercise caution over depicting scenes of violence.
Their caution has been richly rewarded.
The girls were afraid of snakes and picked their way along with extreme caution.
Caution: large doses of this remedy are emetic.
We have continued to exercise caution in our budgeting for the current year.
They may be wise to err on the side of caution.
There was a note of caution for the Treasury in the figures.
Detectives threw aside professional training and caution, and looked for a different explanation.
Caution has been one of Mr Allan's watchwords.
You should proceed with the utmost caution.
I threw caution to the wind and rode as fast as I could.
Keegan and company approached the game with understandable caution.
The statement clearly was intended to caution Seoul against attempting to block the council's action again.
The Chancellor is a man of caution.
In November 1987 Paula escaped with a caution. In October 1988 she was fined.
The emerging caution over numbers is perhaps only to be expected.
I should not be in any danger here, but experience has taught me caution.
The prime minister was right to counsel caution about military intervention.
You should exercise extreme caution when driving in fog.
I would counsel caution in such a case.
It is necessary to exercise caution when making commendations.
I recommend caution in dealing with this matter.
His gesture indicated a caution.
There is no need for such caution.
The caution is stern.
Due caution should be exercised in discriminating between the two.
It is wise to exercise caution in crossing the street.
Caution. It is dangerous to take this preparation except under medical supervision.
Will the wrappers ultimately say, " caution, French fries are fattening "?
有朝一日,麦当劳的包装纸上最终是否要印 “ 当心薯条导致发胖 ” 呢 ?
Kao said she cautions against forming any generalizations based on any one of the studies, noting that more background characteristics of the students need to be studied and explained.
To caution people to handle them with care.
That statement comes not, as you might imagine, from a stereotypical tree-hugging, save-the-world greenie ( ' , 环保主义者), but from Gordon Brown, a politician with a reputation for rigour, thoroughness and above all, caution.
It is proceeding with caution.
But Schweitzer contends the "mounting causal evidence" linking goal-setting and harmful behavior should be studied to help spotlight issues that merit caution and further investigation.
But for all the reasons there are to celebrate the computer, we must also tread with caution.
1. the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger;
"a man of caution"
2. a warning against certain acts;
"a caveat against unfair practices"
3. judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger;
"he exercised caution in opening the door"
"he handled the vase with care"
4. the trait of being circumspect and prudent
1. warn strongly; put on guard
err on the side of caution
take a comparatively safe course of action when presented with a choice
throw caution to the wind (或winds)
act in a completely reckless manner
having been told of one's legal rights when under arrest
advise, caution, warn, admonish, counsel