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judiciousadverb

us   /dʒʊˈdɪʃ·əs/
having or showing good judgment in making decisions: The law allows for the judicious use of force in some situations.
judiciously
adverb us   /dʒʊˈdɪʃ·əs·li/
Spend your money a little more judiciously.
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Translations of “judicious”
in Vietnamese đúng đắn…
in Spanish sensato, de criterio, juicioso…
in Malaysian bijak…
in Thai สุขุม, รอบคอบ…
in French judicieux…
in German klug…
in Chinese (Traditional) 明斷的, 明智而審慎的…
in Russian продуманный…
in Turkish makul, akla uygun, isabetli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 明断的, 明智而审慎的…
in Indonesian bijaksana…
in Polish rozważny…
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