Translation for 'prudent' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   prudent | more prudent | most prudent
prudent {adj}разсъдлив
prudent {adj}благоразумен
prudent {adj}разсъдителен
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Translation for 'prudent' from English to Bulgarian

prudent {adj}


Usage Examples English
  • The Court of Appeal found that the standard to be expected of a 15-year-old child was not the standard of a reasonable person, but that of a reasonable and "ordinarily prudent" 15-year-old.
  • Hogge is a Scottish surname originally derived from "hoga", an Old English term meaning "prudent" or "careful".
  • Financial management of the municipality has been prudent, with adequate documentation of practices.
  • The modern interpretation of the "prudent man rule" goes beyond the assessment of each asset individually to include the concept of due diligence and diversification.
  • Since the degree of processing for any particular product is often unclear, many believe that "avoidance is prudent".

  • A prudent mariner will time their passage through here to coincide with a change of tidal stream, when counter-currents and whirlpools lessen.
  • Musician and columnist Azusa Ogiwara described the choreography as a bold, yet prudent change.
  • Al-Bazzaz announced the First Five Year Plan which advocated prudent socialism and attempted to balance the public and private sectors.
  • Little is known about Jan himself. Jan Długosz merely calls him in his catalog of the Płock Bishops an excellent and prudent bishop.
  • The war had shown that decentralization of vital industries was prudent.

  • This Council deals with environmental protection, climate change, prudent use of resources and protection of human health.
  • Levy has summarized his message by saying that he wants "prudent use of antibiotics".
  • These actions are known as reasonable and prudent alternative actions.
  • Weise is a surname, meaning "wise" or "prudent" in German.
  • Bounded rationality means prudent behaviour under a given set of circumstances.

  • What Derber describes as "conversational narcissism" often occurs subtly rather than overtly because it is prudent to avoid being judged an egotist.
  • Some states required insurance companies to use the objective standard, while others required the prudent person standard.
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