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caution /ˈkɔːʃən $ ˈkɒː-/ noun
caution verb

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- care, alertness, carefulness, circumspection, deliberation, discretion, forethought, heed, prudence, vigilance, watchfulness
- warning, admonition, advice, counsel, injunction
- warn, admonish, advise, tip off, urge
English Thesaurus: care, caution, prudence, vigilance, regard for something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. caution1 /ˈkɔːʃən $ ˈkɒː-/ noun
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin; Origin: cautio, from cavere 'to be careful, be on guard']

1. [uncountable] the quality of being very careful to avoid danger or risks ⇒ cautious
with caution
We must proceed with extreme caution.
The physician must exercise caution when prescribing antidepressants.
counsel/urge caution
Many parents are tempted to intervene, but most experts counsel caution.
treat/view something with caution (=think carefully about something because it might not be true)
Evidence given by convicted criminals should always be treated with the utmost caution.err on the side of caution at err(1)

2. [countable] a warning or piece of advice telling you to be careful:
Although pleased, Henson added a caution that the team still has a long way to go.
word/note of caution
A final word of caution – never try any of this without backing up your system.

3. throw/cast caution to the winds literary to stop worrying about danger and to take a big risk:
Throwing caution to the winds, she swung around to face him.

4. [uncountable and countable] British English a spoken official warning given to someone who has been arrested or who has done something wrong that is not a serious crime:
He was let off with a caution.
under caution
The defendant may make a statement under caution.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. caution2 verb

1. [intransitive and transitive] to warn someone that something might be dangerous, difficult etc
caution (somebody) against something
Business leaders are cautioning against hasty action that would hamper flexibility.
caution (somebody) that
Officials were quick to caution that these remarks did not mean an end to the peace process.
caution somebody to do something
He cautioned them to avoid the forest at night.

2. [transitive] British English
a) to warn someone officially that the next time they do something illegal they will be punished
caution somebody for (doing) something
She was cautioned for speeding.
b) to warn someone officially that what they say to a police officer may be used as evidence in a court of law

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. great care
ADJ. considerable, extreme, great, utmost The utmost caution must be exercised when handling explosives.
excessive | due We proceeded with due caution.
VERB + CAUTION exercise | advise, counsel, urge We urge caution in the use of this medication.
PREP. with ~ The information should be treated with some caution.
PHRASES err on the side of caution (= to be too cautious), the need for caution I must stress the need for caution.
sound a note of caution The minister sounded a note of caution about the economy.
cast/throw caution to the wind/winds (= to start taking risks), a word of caution I would just like to add a word of caution.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. spoken warning given by a judge/policeman
ADJ. formal He received a formal caution.
VERB + CAUTION get off with, receive | give sb, issue, let sb off with They let her off with a caution.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


advise caution (also counsel caution formal)
We advise caution if you are buying a property overseas.
urge caution
Scientists are urging caution in research involving genes.
exercise caution (=be careful)
Travellers are advised to exercise caution while travelling in remote areas.
proceed with caution
You should always proceed with caution in financial matters.
treat something with caution
The results of the survey should be treated with caution.
view something with caution
At the moment investors are viewing the shares with caution.
great caution
Exercise great caution when handling toxic waste.
extreme caution
Bears can be dangerous and walkers should proceed with extreme caution.
the utmost caution
You are advised to take the utmost caution when buying a second-hand car.
due caution formal (=the carefulness that is necessary)
An over-confident driver may overtake without due caution.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: throw caution to the winds

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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