Traducción de wariness en Español:

wariness

cautela, n.

Pronunciación /ˈwɛrinəs//ˈwɛːrɪnəs/

nombre

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    cautela femenino
    recelo masculino
    • Abetted by scare stories on television and the Internet, people make bad judgments about risk that can lead to excessive wariness of new corporate products such as vaccines.
    • He has detected wariness among more conservative institutions to finance a venture in fashion.
    • Based on the way I'd seen him handle lighting a barbecue (pour gasoline, strike match, dive for cover) my wariness wasn't unreasonable.
    • Officials from the Fire Island National Seashore, whose boundaries encompass all Fire Island communities, have expressed wariness of such projects.
    • To pry away those younger callers, Virgin is playing on their wariness of complicated plans and hidden fees.
    • This caution, a kind of wariness, seemed to be the price of his fame.
    • The wariness of the staff sent its own message: don't interact, don't look up, try to stay out of trouble.
    • The pupils all highlighted their wariness of the debt involved in participation in higher education, with little being known of funding arrangements.
    • Warren Buffett, the iconic figure of American capitalism, expressed the new wariness in his annual report released Saturday.
    • One reason for her wariness is the reaction to her book, which has been ferocious, especially from fellow women journalists.
    • I wonder if Tomlinson's periodic but spectacular disasters are not connected to his wariness about success.
    • There appears no appetite for introducing such a law and given this government's general wariness about upsetting businesses that is not surprising.
    • Murie silently suspected that the guides ' real concern stemmed from their wariness of proceeding into unfamiliar terrain.
    • And yet there has never been more wariness of industrial development and more skepticism about its benefits.
    • He said he was concerned about the understandable wariness of GPs to become involved in child protection work.
    • Despite his initial wariness, he registered with an online dating site in March 2004.
    • Her wariness about talking about her children is a reminder of the dangers of her job.
    • All of my arguments with regard to justified wariness about rubber-stamping nominations to the Supreme Court apply in full to the "inferior courts."
    • In the future, because of wariness by consumers, farmers may not find a market for their GM crops.