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 careful ['kєәful]   添加此单词到默认生词本
a. 小心的, 谨慎的

  1. He is extremely careful about his appearance.
  2. He is careful in his speech.
  3. After careful consideration, we've decided to accept their offer.

[ adj ]
  1. exercising caution or showing care or attention

  2. <adj.all>
    they were careful when crossing the busy street
    be careful to keep her shoes clean
    did very careful research
    careful art restorers
    careful of the rights of others
    careful about one's behavior
  3. cautiously attentive

  4. <adj.all>
    careful of her feelings
    heedful of his father's advice
  5. unhurried and with care and dignity

  6. <adj.all>
    walking at the same measured pace
    with all deliberate speed
  7. full of cares or anxiety

  8. <adj.all>
    Thou art careful and troubled about many things
  9. mindful of the future in spending money

  10. <adj.all>
    careful with money

Careful \Care"ful\ (k[^a]r"f[.u]l), a. [AS. cearful.]
1. Full of care; anxious; solicitous. [Archaic]

Be careful [Rev. Ver. ``anxious''] for nothing.
--Phil. iv. 6.

The careful plowman doubting stands. --Milton.

2. Filling with care or solicitude; exposing to concern,
anxiety, or trouble; painful.

The careful cold beginneth for to creep. --Spenser.

By Him that raised me to this careful height.

3. Taking care; giving good heed; watchful; cautious;
provident; not indifferent, heedless, or reckless; --
often followed by of, for, or the infinitive; as, careful
of money; careful to do right.

Thou hast been careful for us with all this care.
--2. Kings iv,

What could a careful father more have done?

Syn: Anxious; solicitous; provident; thoughtful; cautious;
circumspect; heedful; watchful; vigilant.

  1. At this point Mr. Walsh, who is highly regarded in art circles and who is described as a cautious and careful museum executive, faced a decision.
  2. His victory appeared to mark the end of 31 years of Tutsi domination, although he was careful to include members of the minority tribe in his government.
  3. They said new quality control procedures have been installed at the plant in Vergeze, including double filtration of the gas and more careful monitoring.
  4. "You have to be careful with companies wanting to get into businesses they don't know anything about."
  5. He has been rewarded by acquiescence, if not enthusiasm, from the leader of the province's most important political party. It will be harder now than it has ever been to sustain that careful political balancing act.
  6. We'll be giving these recommendations careful consideration in the days ahead.
  7. Again, we have to be careful not to jump to conclusions.
  8. The CAF offers the vouchers in denominations of Pounds 10, Pounds 25 and Pounds 50. All of these are matters for careful and considered private choice.
  9. "We ought to be damned careful that this is an honest inquiry, not a political one," said Kahn, now a professor of political economy at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.
  10. Police questioned her about her relations with the Spaniard and warned: "Be careful, because you might get into trouble," the student said.
  11. But Mr. Zaitsev can't be so readily taken at face value, partly because he's careful to remain as much of a riddle as the women his clothes conceal.
  12. The State Department is advising U.S. citizens to be careful in traveling to Romania, the East European country where tens of thousands of students and workers are on strike in an effort to pressure the government to step down.
  13. And if the pig is quality meat, its delicious flavour should please gourmets and gourmands alike. Success depends on three things: good meat, careful curing and gentle cooking.
  14. Mr. Olsen said that thus far, Digital customers "are saying they will be careful in their commitments, but they aren't cutting commitments."
  15. Diplomatic sources say China was being careful to avoid a public break with the Soviet Union and other fast-changing socialist states by stressing that China never interferes in the internal affairs of other nations.
  16. "So when there is a undoubted conflict within the party, government and top military leadership, they are especially careful to keep it obscure from the rest of the world," said the diplomatic source.
  17. The company was careful to say it regarded the bonds as 'being in the nature of equity capital'. The shares will be issued at a price of Pounds 1,000, equivalent to the nominal value of a bond, and redeemable at the same price.
  18. If you ask people if they are satisfied with their working conditions, you need to know what minimum margin of discontent can reasonably be expected. The second protection is careful question design, avoiding leading or blank-cheque negative ones.
  19. While the market-testing programme offers a good start towards government by contract, it will need careful nurturing if it is to yield the potential benefits.
  20. "We've got to be careful not to let rumors and postulates take command," Mr. Nuttle says.
  21. Thursday's outcome vindicates American generalship, though we hope the ground stage is equally careful and imaginative. It also vindicates American weaponry; the high-tech weapons were instrumental in the success.
  22. We haven't been too careful about explaining what seems to be a long period of continued Western presence in a fairly hostile environment.
  23. "I was much more careful with this," said Fialkowska, a Canadian who now lives in Connecticut. "I had to approach every note of the piece and choose a way that would satisfy myself, the public and Liszt.
  24. They are invited to dinner at the best places: "No one understands hierarchies better than the British, and they are careful to make close personal friendships with members of important American news organizations.
  25. We have conducted a careful examination of the yacht.
  26. Marshall, in an opinion joined by Brennan, said schools such as Westside must be careful to "effectively disassociate themselves from the religious speech that now may become commonplace in their facilities." Justice John Paul Stevens dissented.
  27. But such small-scale efforts aren't likely to sop up enough surplus cash, and reform economists believe careful regulation of the financial system will have to accompany price reform.
  28. The Interior Ministry summoned directors of eight private radio news programs Saturday and cautioned them to be careful in reports about military recruitment, the economy and government.
  29. Other media have to be very careful about what is put on the air or published, including the independent newspaper La Estrella owned by the Duque family, whose members have varied political leanings.
  30. I know that each of us, as Benjamin Franklin suggested, should be careful to doubt a little his own infallibility. ...
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