prudent

listen to the pronunciation of prudent
İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} sağduyulu
{s} ihtiyatlı

Bu ihtiyatlı bir hareketti. - It was a prudent move.

{s} tedbirli

Daha tedbirli olmalıydın. - You should have been more prudent.

Bir cimri tedbirli olduğu için değil fakat açgözlü olduğu için para biriktirir. - A miser hoards money not because he is prudent but because he is greedy.

dürtmek
dikkatli
öngörülü
mantıklı
ihtiyat

Bu ihtiyatlı bir hareketti. - It was a prudent move.

uyanık
hesabını bilir
açıkgöz
sağduyu
sağgörü
{s} sağgörülü
prudencebasiret
akıl
prudentlybasiretle
{s} tutumlu
dikkatli,ölçülü
ihtiyatla
açıkgözlük
geleceği düşünen
prudent duty
ihtiyatlı görev
prudent man rule
İhtiyatlı bir adam kuralı
prudent, cautious, careful
Temkinli, dikkatli ihtiyatlı
prudent investment
(Ticaret) tedbirli yatırım
prudent limit of endurance
(Askeri) TEDBİRLİ HAVADA KALIŞ SÜRESİ: Bir hava aracının belirli bir emniyet payı kadar yakıt artırmak şartıyla, havada kaldığı süre
prudent limit of patrol
(Askeri) TEDBİRLİ KARAKOL SÜRESİ: Bir uçağın kendi faaliyet bölgesinden üssüne dönmek üzere ayrılmak zorunda olduğu ve söz konusu yere kötü hava koşulları için ayrılan bir emniyet payı ile (genellikle 7 20) ulaştığı süre
prudent limit of patrol
(Askeri) tedbirli karakol süresi
prudent man rule
(Ticaret) tedbirli insan kuralı
be prudent
tedbirli olmak
prudently
sağgörülü bir şekilde
prudently
açıkgöz bir şekilde
prudently
ölçülü bir biçimde

Lütfen ölçülü bir biçimde davran. - Please behave prudently.

prudently
tutumlu bir halde
be prudent
ihtiyatlı olmak
prudently
ihtiyatla
İngilizce - İngilizce
Frugal; economical; not extravagant

Only prudent expenditure may provide quality within a restrictive budget.

Sagacious in adapting means to ends; circumspect in action, or in determining any line of conduct; careful, discreet, sensible; -- opposed to rash; directed by prudence or wise forethought; evincing prudence

Moses established a grave and prudent law. --Milton.

Practically wise, judicious, shrewd

His prudent career moves reliably brought him to the top.

{a} practically wise, discreet, cautious
careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment; "a prudent manager"; "prudent rulers"; "prudent hesitation"; "more prudent to hide than to fight"
showing wise self-restraint in speech and behavior especially in preserving prudent silence; "maintained a prudent silence" careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment; "a prudent manager"; "prudent rulers"; "prudent hesitation"; "more prudent to hide than to fight
careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment; "a prudent manager"; "prudent rulers"; "prudent hesitation"; "more prudent to hide than to fight
Someone who is prudent is sensible and careful. It is always prudent to start any exercise programme gradually at first Being a prudent and cautious person, you realise that the problem must be resolved. rash + prudently pru·dent·ly Prudently, Joanna spoke none of this aloud. sensible and careful, especially by trying to avoid unnecessary risks (from providens, present participle of providere; PROVIDE)
Frugal; economical; not extravagant; as, a prudent woman; prudent expenditure of money
showing wise self-restraint in speech and behavior especially in preserving prudent silence; "maintained a prudent silence"
Sagacious in adapting means to ends; circumspect in action, or in determining any line of conduct; practically wise; judicious; careful; discreet; sensible; opposed to rash; as, a prudent man; dictated or directed by prudence or wise forethought; evincing prudence; as, prudent behavior
{s} cautious, careful; judicious, discreet; shrewd, wise, intelligent; frugal, thrifty, economical
Frugal; economical; not extravagant; e.g. prudent expenditure of money
judicious
prudential
prudent man rule
A standard for the duty of a fiduciary with responsibility over investments
prudent man rule
A rule giving discretion to a fiduciary and esp. a trustee to manage another's affairs and invest another's money with such skill and care as a person of ordinary prudence and intelligence would use in managing his or her own affairs or investments. Called also 'prudent person rule'
prudent duty
obligation to be attentive and avoid recklessness
prudently
{a} wisely, discreetly, judiciously
prudently
In a prudent manner
prudently
judiciously, intelligently; wisely, shrewdly; carefully, cautiously; frugally, thriftily, economically
prudently
in a prudent manner; "I had allotted my own bedroom for necking, prudently removing both the bed and the key, and taken both myself and my typewriter into my son's bedroom "
prudent