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be on your guard

to be careful to avoid being tricked or getting into a dangerous situation
警惕;提防;警戒
You always have to be on your guard against pickpockets.
你要時時提防扒手。
Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
Translations of “be on your guard”
in Chinese (Simplified) 警惕, 提防, 警戒…
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