Translation for 'circumspection' from English to Russian
NOUN   circumspection | -
SYNO caution | circumspection | discreetness | ...
осмотрительность {ж}circumspection
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Translation for 'circumspection' from English to Russian

осмотрительность {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • 75 crore figure was attributed to the critic Prahlad Rao Financial claims made by primary sources (directors, producers, distributors, actors) should be treated with circumspection, as primary sources often have conflicts of interest and incentives to inflate box office figures.
  • And on the other side, measured circumspection, which worries about a democratic deficit for some time in the organs of the FFE directional.
  • "Wisden" noted: "The West Indian team found great inspiration in the leadership of Goddard, whose sound judgment and circumspection were attributes that counted so much for the success of the tour.
  • "It is critical that elements in the Government and the military exercise circumspection and discretion in their dealings with each other at all times," he said.
  • Hagège has found certain cases where both the prefixive "s-" and the suffixive "-s" occur in circumspection.

  • Watling Street and Akeman Street both cross the county from east to west though there is circumspection that these are based on older roads.
  • Phronesis is a form of circumspection, connected to conscience and resoluteness respectively being-resolved in action of human existence ("Dasein") as "práxis".
  • Goertz wrote that "Safar Salmani was a man of genius and determination, circumspection and foresight, and it was upon these qualities that he advances to Bahadur Shah's inner circle.
  • Axis relations with Turkey being very different from those with Spain as the unit did not receive assistance from the Turkish authorities and had to operate with great circumspection.
  • Lett learned quickly the arts of neutrality, circumspection and diplomatic persuasion necessary to be a successful Clerk for the next thirty-six years.

  • A modern auction house that values its trustworthy reputation must sell an old Franciolini instrument with circumspection.
  • This is used to symbolize patience, prudence, and circumspection.
  • The court expressed a need for circumspection, however, in relying on foreign precedent.
  • (Ancient Greek: Εὐλάβεια) was the spirit and personification of discretion, caution and circumspection.
  • Minority Shi‘a communities, since the earliest days of Islam, were often forced to practice pious circumspection ("taqiyya") as an instinctive method of self-preservation and protection, an obligatory practice in the lands which became known as the realm of pious circumspection ("dār al-taqiyya").

  • to impose on themselves a form of circumspection concerning the expression of their religious convictions", Bouchard and Taylor wrote.
  • Nevertheless, the thermodynamic definition of absolute temperature does make essential use of the concept of heat, with proper circumspection.
  • Since these speeches were never intended to be historical material, they must be treated with circumspection; Demosthenes and Aeschines have been described as "a couple of liars, neither of whom can be trusted to have told the truth in any matter in which it was remotely in his interest to lie".
  • So, on the one hand, the "fu" style is a lavish and florid rhapsody of almost unrestrained gushing forth upon an explicit topic; but, typically, on the other hand, the authors use the greatest restraint and circumspection to impart a subtle discourse for the discerning and critical reader.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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