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Meanings of Cautioned:

verb

Say something as a warning.

Usage examples:

The chancellor cautioned that economic uncertainties remained
noun

Care taken to avoid danger or mistakes.

Usage examples:

Anyone receiving a suspect package should exercise extreme caution

Cautioning

ˈkɔː.ʃən

Meanings of Cautioning:

verb

Say something as a warning.

Usage examples:

The chancellor cautioned that economic uncertainties remained
noun

Care taken to avoid danger or mistakes.

Usage examples:

Anyone receiving a suspect package should exercise extreme caution

Cautions

ˈkɔː.ʃən

Meanings of Cautions:

noun

Care taken to avoid danger or mistakes.

Usage examples:

Anyone receiving a suspect package should exercise extreme caution
verb

Say something as a warning.

Usage examples:

The chancellor cautioned that economic uncertainties remained

Cautious

ˈkɔː.ʃəs

Meanings of Cautious:

adjective

(of a person) careful to avoid potential problems or dangers.

Usage examples:

A cautious driver

Cautiously

ˈkɔː.ʃəs.li

Meanings of Cautiously:

adverb

In a way that deliberately avoids potential problems or dangers.

Usage examples:

We must proceed cautiously

Meanings of Cautiousness:

noun

Behaviour that avoids risk and is well considered, and sometimes slow or uncertain

Usage examples:

Her cautiousness sometimes makes her slow to reach decisions., we have seen more cautiousness in sp…

Cava

ˈkɑːvə

Meanings of Cava:

noun

A spanish sparkling wine made in the same way as champagne.

Usage examples:

Italian prosecco, spanish cava, or american sparkling wines are sometimes the best buys on a wine l…

Cavae

ˌviː.nə ˈkeɪ.və

Meanings of Cavae:

noun

One of the two very large veins (= tubes that carry blood) that take blood without oxygen to the heart

Meanings of Cavalcaded:

noun

A formal procession of people walking, on horseback, or riding in vehicles.

Usage examples:

The royal cavalcade proceeded through the city

Cavalcades

ˌkæv.əlˈkeɪd

Meanings of Cavalcades:

noun

A formal procession of people walking, on horseback, or riding in vehicles.

Usage examples:

The royal cavalcade proceeded through the city

Cavalier

ˌkæv.əlˈɪər

Meanings of Cavalier:

noun

A supporter of king charles i in the english civil war.

Usage examples:

Those loyal to parliament were called roundheads; those loyal to the king were cavaliers.
adjective

Showing a lack of proper concern; offhand.

Usage examples:

Anne was irritated by his cavalier attitude

Cavaliers

ˌkavəˈlɪə

Meanings of Cavaliers:

noun

A supporter of king charles i in the english civil war.

Usage examples:

Those loyal to parliament were called roundheads; those loyal to the king were cavaliers.
adjective

Showing a lack of proper concern; offhand.

Usage examples:

Anne was irritated by his cavalier attitude

Meanings of Cavalries:

noun

(in the past) soldiers who fought on horseback.

Usage examples:

The cavalry charged up the hill

Meanings of Cavalry:

noun

(in the past) soldiers who fought on horseback.

Usage examples:

The cavalry charged up the hill

Meanings of Cavalryman:

noun

A soldier in an army who fights in a tank, or (especially in the past) on a horse

Usage examples:

Former cavalrymen gather at west point for a yearly memorial., genghis khan’s nomadic cavalrymen on…

Cavalrymen

ˈkæv.əl.ri.mən

Meanings of Cavalrymen:

noun

A soldier in an army who fights in a tank, or (especially in the past) on a horse

Usage examples:

Former cavalrymen gather at west point for a yearly memorial., genghis khan’s nomadic cavalrymen on…

Cavatina

ˌkavəˈtiːnə

Meanings of Cavatina:

noun

A short operatic aria in simple style without repeated sections.

Usage examples:

Erik is a mere operatic tenor lover, and his cavatinas have tunefulness enough, without a trace of …

Cavatinas

ˌkavəˈtiːnə

Meanings of Cavatinas:

noun

A short operatic aria in simple style without repeated sections.

Usage examples:

Erik is a mere operatic tenor lover, and his cavatinas have tunefulness enough, without a trace of …

Cavatine

ˌkavəˈtiːnə

Meanings of Cavatine:

noun

A short operatic aria in simple style without repeated sections.

Usage examples:

Erik is a mere operatic tenor lover, and his cavatinas have tunefulness enough, without a trace of …

Cave

ˈkeɪvi

Meanings of Cave:

noun

A natural underground chamber in a hillside or cliff.

Usage examples:

The narrow gorge contains a series of prehistoric caves
verb

Explore caves as a sport.

Usage examples:

They say they cave for the adventure, challenge, and physical exercise
exclamation

(among children) look out!

Cave in

keɪv

Meanings of Cave in:

phrasal verb

The sudden collapse of something into a hollow beneath it

noun

A large hole in the side of a hill, cliff, or mountain, or underground

Usage examples:

It was very dark and cold inside the cave.

Cave-dweller

ˈdwel.ər

Meanings of Cave-dweller:

noun

A person who lives in a particular type of place

Usage examples:

City dwellers

Meanings of Caveat:

noun

A warning or proviso of specific stipulations, conditions, or limitations.

Usage examples:

There are a number of caveats which concern the validity of the assessment results

Caveats

ˈkæv.i.æt

Meanings of Caveats:

noun

A warning or proviso of specific stipulations, conditions, or limitations.

Usage examples:

There are a number of caveats which concern the validity of the assessment results

Meanings of Caved:

verb

Explore caves as a sport.

Usage examples:

They say they cave for the adventure, challenge, and physical exercise
noun

A natural underground chamber in a hillside or cliff.

Usage examples:

The narrow gorge contains a series of prehistoric caves
exclamation

(among children) look out!

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