Definición de judicious en inglés:

judicious

Saltos de línea: ju|di¦cious
Pronunciación: /dʒʊˈdɪʃəs
 
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adjetivo

Having, showing, or done with good judgement or sense: the judicious use of public investment
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is a careful, judicious, moderate way forward proposed by a man who knows about war.
  • Social occasions in particular require judicious thought and planning.
  • We were, quite literally, reaping the rewards of ignoring the judicious practice of crop rotation.
Sinónimos
wise, sensible, prudent, politic, shrewd, astute, canny, sagacious, common-sense, commonsensical, sound, well advised, well judged, well thought out, considered, thoughtful, perceptive, discerning, clear-sighted, insightful, far-sighted, percipient, discriminating, informed, intelligent, clever, enlightened, logical, rational;
discreet, careful, cautious, circumspect, diplomatic;
strategic, expedient, practical, advisable, in one's (best) interests
informal smart, savvy
Scottish & Northern English informal pawky
North American informal heads-up
dated , informal long-headed

Origen

late 16th century: from French judicieux, from Latin judicium 'judgement' (see judicial).

Uso

Judicious meansusing good judgement, careful and sensible’, as in the judicious use of public investment or the judicious use of pesticides; it should not be confused with judicial, which meansrelating to the administration of justice’, as in the judicial system.

Derivativos

judiciously

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If you're young enough, you can afford to choose carefully and judiciously.
  • Stimulants should be prescribed judiciously and monitored carefully by specialists in close liaison with primary care physicians.
  • Smith is a careful editor, judiciously choosing not to intrude unnecessarily.

judiciousness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His judiciousness in selecting roles isn't in finding challenges as an actor but in finding catchy roles suited to his limitations.
  • It is when he moves to a higher level of argument that Ricks loses his judiciousness.
  • But this requires a kind of proportion and judiciousness that is noticeably absent from the conservative screeds.

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