Translation of cautionary in Spanish:

cautionary

Pronunciation /ˈkɔʃəˌnɛri/ /ˈkɔːʃ(ə)n(ə)ri/

adjective

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    cautionary words / remarks advertencias
    • cautionary tale cuento con moraleja
    • this had a cautionary effect on the others esto fue una buena lección / fue aleccionador para los demás
    • to sound a cautionary note recomendar cautela / prudencia
    • Fritz is a darkly comic cautionary tale warning of the danger of consumerism and entrepreneurial greed.
    • Yet all the words of warning and cautionary tales cannot dent his ambition to do something out of the ordinary.
    • These three books constitute both landmarks and cautionary warnings in a long process that none of them addresses directly.
    • Brandys then issued a cautionary warning which seems very important to me, and is too often overlooked.
    • This has been but a cautionary tale, intended as a word of warning to all you who pursue careers in music.
    • ACT New Zealand will support this legislation but we would like to sound this cautionary warning.
    • But, this is a cautionary tale that we should be very careful to look at with eyes wide open.
    • Salter's film is a bitter cautionary tale of political and naval cover-ups.
    • A barrister tells a cautionary tale from Australia, on the dangers of creating a crime of incitement to religious hatred.
    • But although there is much that is brutal here, it is really a cautionary tale about choice and the danger of nursing anger.
    • There is something of the cautionary tale to this piece, but it's done without an ounce of preachiness.
    • This is a cautionary tale about what happens when you allow innuendo to sully your life.