caution

listen to the pronunciation of caution
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ihtiyat
dikkat

Dikkat, kapılar şimdi kapanıyor. - Caution, the doors are now closing!

Lütfen dikkatli olun. - Please proceed with caution.

{i} uyarı

O beni benim sağlığıma karşı dikkatsiz olmama karşı uyarıda bulundu. - He cautioned me against being careless of my health.

{i} sakınma
{f} uyarmak
{f} ihtar etmek
basiret
ihtar
(Kanun) şerh
özen
ihtar vermek
(Kanun) kefil
teyakkuz
ikaz etmek
{i} tedbir
garip kimse veya şey
{i} tuhaf kimse
uyar

Onu geç kalmaya karşı uyardım. - I cautioned him against being late.

O beni benim sağlığıma karşı dikkatsiz olmama karşı uyarıda bulundu. - He cautioned me against being careless of my health.

{i} kefalet
dikkat/uyarı
{f} tembih etmek
cautionary uyarıcı
{i} teminât
eski
{i} uyarma
{f} dikkatini çekmek
dikkat,v.uyar: n.uyarı
{i} garip şey
{i} ikaz

Bu dramada bir şey eksik.O gerçek derinliği olmayan basit ikaz edici bir masal. - This drama is missing something. All it is is a simple cautionary tale with no real depth.

tembihlemek
caution lamp
ikaz lambası
caution signs
uyarı levhaları
caution area
(Askeri) dikkat bölgesi
caution area
(Askeri) DİKKAT BÖLGESİ: Uçağın uçuşuna dair kısıtlamaların mevcut olabildiği belirli zamanlar içindeki tanımlanan boyutlardaki hava sahası
caution banner
(Bilgisayar) dikkat büyük başlığı
caution board
ihbar işareti
caution money
depozito
caution money
teminât
caution money
kefalet
caution money
(Ticaret) muvakkat teminat
caution money
(Ticaret) teminat parası
caution, proprietary information involved
(Askeri) dikkat, patent bilgisiyle ilgili
cautionary
ders veren
cautionary
uyaran
cautionary
uyarıcı
cautionary
(Mecaz) İbretli, ibretlik
cautionary
İbretlik
cautions
uyardı
throw caution to the wind
bilerek riske atmak
throw caution to the wind
k. dili ihtiyatı elden bırakmak, tedbirli davranmaktan vazgeçmek
to err on the side of caution: see err
dikkatle yan tarafındaki err: err görmek
use caution
dikkatli ol
airspace caution area
(Askeri) TEDBİRLİ UÇUŞ SAHASI: Federal Havacılık Dairesindeki anlamı ile; Arz sathı üzerinde bir saha olarak belirtilen hava sahası. Bu saha içinde tayyarelerin, pilotun ihtarına bağlı olarak, uçmalarına müsaade edilmiştir. Fakat saha içinde (Bağlı balonlar, paraşüt atlamaları, akrobasi uçuşları gibi) göze görünür ve son derece dikkatli bulunmayı gerektiren tehlikeler mevcuttur
battery caution
(Otomotiv) akü ile ilgili uyarı
cautionary
uyaran/öğüt veren
cautionary
ikaz edici

Bu dramada bir şey eksik.O gerçek derinliği olmayan basit ikaz edici bir masal. - This drama is missing something. All it is is a simple cautionary tale with no real depth.

master caution signal
(Askeri) DİKKAT İKAZ İŞARETİ: Çeşitli ikaz işaretlerinin herhangi birinin verilmekte olduğunu göstermek için kullanılan işaret. Ayrıca bakınız: "caution signal"
mixup, caution
(Askeri) karıştı, dikkat
throw caution to the
{k} ihtiyatı elden bırakmak, tedbirli davranmaktan vazgeçmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
Security; guaranty; bail
A careful attention to the probable effects of an act, in order that failure or harm may be avoided; prudence in regard to danger; provident care; wariness
One that gives rise to attention or astonishment
Precept or warning against evil or danger of any kind; exhortation to wariness; advice; injunction
To warn; to alert, advise that caution is warranted
{v} to warn, give notice, advise, tell
{n} prudence, foresight, care, a warning
The lower form of two levels of sanction The caution, also know as "The Booking" or the "Yellow Card", warns a player that his actions are not exemplary
A period of a race when the field is required to slow behind the pace car, and passing is not allowed Cautions result from an accident, an oil leak, rain or other trouble on the track
Another term for a yellow card, which is handed out by the referee for violations such as kicking the ball, using the hands and dissenting with officials
A system of admonishment by the police for a person who admits responsibilty for an offence
If someone cautions you, they warn you about problems or danger. Tony cautioned against misrepresenting the situation The statement clearly was intended to caution Seoul against attempting to block the council's action again He cautioned that opposition attacks on the ruling party would not further political co-operation. = warn Caution is also a noun. There was a note of caution for the Treasury in the figures. = warning
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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger; "he exercised caution in opening the door"; "he handled the vase with care"
To give notice of danger to; to warn; to exhort [one] to take heed
the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger; "a man of caution"
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A pledge, bond, or other security for the performance of an obligation either in or out of judicial proceedings; the promise or contract of one not for himself but another; security
Blank lines in files can cause problems Under some host operating systems, blank lines in an external file may adversely affect the ability of the IMPORT function to extract data from the file
the trait of being circumspect and prudent
A label indicating a degree of hazard less than Danger or Warning
Caution is great care which you take in order to avoid possible danger. Extreme caution should be exercised when buying part-worn tyres The Chancellor is a man of caution
Do not overlap fields Do not allow a field to overlap another field displayed at the same time Unexpected results, including the incorrect assignment of values to macro variables, may occur (Some display devices treat adjacent fields with no intervening blanks as overlapping fields ) SAS writes a warning in the SAS log if fields overlap
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A yellow flag condition, where no passing is allowed (unless ordered by officials for racing order) and cars must slow down
To warn; to advise that caution is warranted
the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger; "a man of caution" judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger; "he exercised caution in opening the door"; "he handled the vase with care" a warning against certain acts; "a caveat against unfair practices" warn strongly; put on guard
If you throw caution to the wind, you behave in a way that is not considered sensible or careful. I threw caution to the wind and rode as fast as I could
Caution is care taken to avoid danger or mistakes
{i} premonition, notice; warning; carefulness
Caution Part of "ASSOCIATED-TEXT" associated with a figure, parts list, or an individual part number Attributes: N/A Note: Display of an EPC must clearly indicate CAUTION text
to err on the side of caution: see err
If someone who has broken the law is cautioned by the police, they are warned that if they break the law again official action will be taken against them. The two men were cautioned but police say they will not be charged Caution is also a noun. In November 1987 Paula escaped with a caution. In October 1988 she was fined
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Learning isms ahead You can lead a very full life wihout knowing these three
a warning against certain acts; "a caveat against unfair practices"
A disciplinary action taken by the referee - signaled with a yellow card and officially recorded - against a player guilty of misconduct; a second offense warrants ejection from the game (red card)
{f} warn, notify of danger
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If someone who has been arrested is cautioned, the police warn them that anything they say may be used as evidence in a trial. Nobody was cautioned after arrest
because changes may occur occasionally in methods of classification and calculations (e g , means of calculating FTE Staff), readers are cautioned that some data may not be directly comparable from year to year
A warning to the user about possible loss of data See also note and warning
Precept or warning against evil of any kind; exhortation to wariness; advice; injunction
warn strongly; put on guard
prudence
{i} carefulness
cautionary
Held as security or hostage
err on the side of caution
To act in the least risky manner in a situation where one is uncertain about the consequences

But many savers are more concerned with the safety of their deposits and are even spreading their money over several institutions to err on the side of caution.

throw caution to the wind
To do something despite the risks

For such a long time.

toss caution to the wind
Alternative form of throw caution to the wind
cautionary
{a} giving security, given in pledge
throw caution to the winds
Be daring; make a bold or risky move. "Hearing that Apaches were planning to start a war, the whites decided to throw caution to the winds and attack the Apaches first."
use caution
be carefullook outobserve caution
cautionary
Given as a pledge or as security
cautionary
tending to ward off; "the swastika a very ancient prophylactic symbol occurring among all peoples"- Victor Schultze
cautionary
Serving to ward off; preventive
cautionary
a very ancient prophylactic symbol occurring among all peoples"- Victor Schultze
cautionary
{s} characterized by or serving as a warning
cautionary
tending to ward off; "the swastika
cautionary
A cautionary story or a cautionary note to a story is one that is intended to give a warning to people. An editorial in The Times sounds a cautionary note. giving a warning about what not to do cautionary note/comment/words etc
cautionary
serving to warn; "shook a monitory finger at him"; "an exemplary jail sentence"
cautionary
Wary; cautious
cautionary
Serving to caution or warn; admonitory
cautionary
Conveying a caution, or warning to avoid danger; as, cautionary signals
cautioned
past participle of caution
cautioning
present participle of caution
cautions
Recent research suggests that large doses of beta carotene may increase the risk of cancer in those who drink alcohol and smoke heavily Vitamin C supplements may be useful in protecting against the damaging effects of large doses of beta carotene
cautions
third-person singular of caution
cautions
in the case of registered land an entry in the register to protect unregistered rights on registered land from being defeated by the registration of a subsequent transferee for value In the case of unregistered land the right of persons set out in Section 96(1) of the Registration of Title Act 1964 to be notified of any application for first registration of the property
cautions
plural of , caution
exercise caution
be careful, be vigilant, be heedful
question under caution
investigate with care, examine under caution
caution