caution collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkɔːʃ(ə)n/

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care that is taken to avoid risks or danger; careful thought before you accept something as being true


Adjectives frequently used with caution
great: considerable, extreme, great, particular, the utmostWe are once again urging the government to proceed with the utmost caution.the correct amount of: appropriate, due, proper, the usualYou must consider the wider issues associated with what you do and act with due caution.
Verbs frequently used with caution
advise caution: advise, advocate, counsel, recommend, suggest, urgeThose who urged caution and asked for more clarity received reprimands.use caution: exercise, treat something with, useParents and guardians should exercise caution when taking under 16s along.These offers should be treated with caution; most of them are scams.need caution: need, requireExtreme caution is required to get on and off the island even in the best conditions.
 
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