Translation for 'prudence' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   prudence | -
SYNO circumspection | discreetness | discretion | ...
prudence {noun}мъдрост {ж}
prudence {noun}разсъдливост {ж}
prudence {noun}благоразумие {ср}
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Usage Examples English
  • Honzō provides the ground plans for Moronao's mansion and expires, having atoned for his prudence.
  • (recommending Swabian, and by extension German economic prudence as a model for Europe during the financial crisis).
  • The story concerns Melibee who is away one day when three enemies break into his house, beat his wife Dame Prudence, and attack his daughter, leaving her for dead.
  • It perfects the cardinal virtue of prudence. While prudence operates in accord with reason as enlightened by faith, the gift of counsel operates under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to illuminate the will of God.
  • In accounting, prudence was long considered one of the "fundamental accounting concepts" in its determination of the time for revenue recognition.

  • Several German states have eased lockdown requirements despite German Chancellor Angela Merkel's pleas for "prudence" in efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The District Court ruled that the 401(k) plan administrators were entitled to a 'presumption of prudence' with respect to their decision to continue buying and holding their own company's stock.
  • Defodon combined prudence with vision. Thus he wanted to create two schools to train the senior teaching and administrative staff of the primary education system.
  • The series was set around everyday struggles, of nervous sales clerk, Srinivas Wagle, who lived with prudence of a middle class person of the time.
  • In positive psychology, temperance was defined to include these four main character strengths: forgiveness, humility, prudence, and self-regulation.

  • A step forward was led by Kimball (1990) who defined the characteristic of "prudence".
  • In Roman Catholic tradition, "Hyacinthus orientalis" represents prudence, constancy, desire of heaven and peace of mind.
  • In addition, UPMIFA contains several standards of prudence regarding investing decisions and delegation of investment management.
  • Francis Elrington Ball in his "History of Dublin" praises John Davys as a man of prudence and integrity.
  • He lived to a good old age, and was much regarded and respected by all his neighbours, who looked upon him as one of great prudence and bravery.

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