Traducción de unwary en Español:


incauto, adj.

Pronunciación /ʌnˈwɛːri//ˌənˈwɛri/


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    • Both London and Los Angeles can be dangerous places for the unwary.
    • It comes as a surprise to the unwary individual taxpayer.
    • In the past, cults were not viewed as national security threats; they were more dangerous to unwary individuals who might succumb to the cult's influence.
    • Analysts made more money by touting stocks they knew were far overvalued than by providing accurate information to their unwary customers who depended on them.
    • But as our experiences show, innocent fun can soon turn into danger for the unwary.
    • They'll use letters, postcards, telegrams, cars and whatever other technology is at hand to snare the unwary.
    • The addition of subsection is another dangerous trap for the unwary.
    • This whole process can be done invisibly to the user, so for the unwary, the dangers of transmitting it to others is very real.
    • The computer's actual owner may not even know it's infected; some Web pages are designed to infect unwary visitors.
    • The exposed live wires pose a great danger to unwary people, especially children who could touch these wires while playing.
    • But with the increased acceptance of such activity, great danger lies for the unwary.
    • The unwary traveler in Beijing will, at selected stations, get that falling ‘into an abyss’ feeling as their feet hit the deck much later than expected.
    • The Forest of Dean has dangers enough for the unwary stranger, without these.
    • Unfortunately, there is also a danger to unwary bystanders.
    • Somewhere down-slope there is sure to be an unwary toddler, a brittle pensioner, or at the very least an expensive automobile.
    • The layers of mud all along the yet-to-be asphalted roads are soft and thick enough to either send an unwary rider into a skid or to send an asthmatic to hospital.
    • Haphazardly installed electrical wiring is common in many small private schools and can create fires or electrocute an unwary child or teacher.
    • With no water visible, this stretch of the canal will be a danger to the unwary walker and young children.
    • Amtrak food can only be adequately compared to the execrable fare that used to await unwary travellers at the highway service stations of my youth.
    • The most troubling aspect of the present situation is the shaking down of unwary travelers by a government perfectly aware that if a fine is contested there will be no prosecution.

sustantivo plural

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    the unwary los incautos