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vigilancenoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈvɪdʒ.ɪ.ləns/
more careful attention, especially in order to notice possible danger: The police said that it was thanks to the vigilance of a neighbour that the fire was discovered before it could spread.
Translations of “vigilance”
in Vietnamese sự cảnh giác…
in Spanish vigilancia…
in Thai การเฝ้าระแวดระวัง…
in Malaysian berjaga-jaga…
in French vigilance…
in German die Wachsamkeit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 警覺, 警戒, 警惕…
in Indonesian kesiagaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 警觉, 警戒, 警惕…
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