第三人称单数： cautions现在分词： cautioning过去式： cautioned过去分词： cautioned
Statistics should be treated with caution .
Dad always drives with caution .
Drive with caution!
Caution: large doses of this remedy are emetic.
Caution / Warning ─ thin ice.
小心 / 警告——有薄冰。
The girls were afraid of snakes and picked their way along with extreme caution.
Due caution should be exercised in discriminating between the two.
Caution has been one of Mr Allan's watchwords
As a first offender, she got off with a caution.
The policeman let the driver off with a caution.
Some cautions must be mentioned─ for example good tools are essential to do the job well.
In November 1987 Paula escaped with a caution. In October 1988 she was fined.
3、throw/cast caution to the wind(s)
I threw caution to the wind and rode as fast as I could.
Detectives threw aside professional training and caution, and looked for a different explanation
1、caution (sb) against sth | caution sb about sth
I would caution against getting too involved.
Tony cautioned against misrepresenting the situation...
The statement clearly was intended to caution Seoul against attempting to block
the council's action again
Sam cautioned him against making a hasty decision.
They cautioned him against acting recklessly on the journey.
I'd caution you against undue optimism.
2. caution 接that从句，表示：警告;告诫;提醒
The government cautioned that pay increases could lead to job losses.
He cautioned that opposition attacks on the ruling party would not further political co-operation.
Suspects must be cautioned before any questions are asked.
The two men were cautioned but police say they will not be charged...
Nobody was cautioned after arrest.
caution+人(for sth) 警告(某人不得再做错事或非法的事)
She wasn't sent to the juvenile court; instead she was cautioned.
Tapp was eventually cautioned for wasting police time.
be cautious with\about\of 对……很小心(谨慎)
He was very cautious about committing himself to anything.
The bank is very cautious about lending money.银行对贷款很小心谨慎。
The scientists are cautious about using enzyme therapy on humans...
Employers may become overly cautious about taking on new staff.
He was cautious of his footing, wary of the edge
The deputy leader is cautious about loosening the links with the unions