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Translation of "caution" - English-Spanish dictionary

caution

noun [no plural]   /ˈkɔː·ʃən/
great care to avoid danger or bad situations cautela Caution! Wet floor.
verb   /ˈkɔː·ʃən/ formal
to warn someone of something advertir They were cautioned against buying shares in the company.
(Definition of caution from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

caution

noun /ˈkoːʃən/
carefulness (because of possible danger etc) cautela, precaución, prudencia Motorists were urged to exercise caution during the icy weather.
(British ) (legal) in law, a warning advertencia The policeman gave him a caution for speeding.
cautionary adjective
aleccionador a cautionary experience.
cautious adjective
having or showing caution; careful cauteloso, prudente, cauto She used to trust everyone but she’s more cautious now a cautious driver.
cautiously adverb
prudentemente She cautiously felt her way across the room to the door.
(Definition of caution from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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