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mindful

adjective uk   /ˈmaɪnd.fəl/ formal us  
careful not to forget about something: Mindful of the poor road conditions, she reduced her speed to 30 mph. Politicians are increasingly mindful that young voters are turning away from traditional parties.
Translations of “mindful”
in Chinese (Traditional) 記著的, 留神的, 注意的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 记着的, 留神的, 注意的…
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