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prudent
'pruːdənt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment.
Hyphenationpru•dent
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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审慎shěnshènprudent; cautious
三思而后行sānsī érhòu xíngthink again and again before acting (idiom); consider carefully in advance
精明jīngmíngastute; shrewd
节俭jiéjiǎnfrugal; economical
持重chízhòngprudent; cautious; to be in charge of ritual ceremonies; to hold an important office
prudent; cautious
㱿què(interchangeable ) the husk, skin or shell of fruits; the shell of snakes, insects, etc., the shells of mollusks; a bag or case made of leather for weapons, (interchangeable ) prudent; cautious, (same as ) to vomit; to throw up, strong; durable; solid
小心谨慎xiǎoxīn jǐnshèncautious and timid (idiom); prudent; careful
翼翼yìyìcautious; prudent
谨慎jǐnshèncautious; prudent
不含糊bù hánhuunambiguous; unequivocal; explicit; prudent; cautious; not negligent; unafraid; unhesitating; really good; extraordinary
yurt; (literary) respectful; prudent
chēn(same as ) anger; rage; angry; furious, (ancient form ) cautious; careful; scrupulous; prudent
小心翼翼xiǎoxīn yìyìcautious and solemn (idiom); very carefully; prudent; gently and cautiously
慎重shènzhòngcautious; careful; prudent
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