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prūdēns entis, adj. with comp. and sup.

for providens, foreseeing, foreknowing : quos prudentīs possumus dicere, id est providentīs: satisque prudens oti vitia negotio discuti, aware , Cu.Knowing, skilled, skilful, experienced, versed, practised : ceterarum rerum: rei militaris, N.: locorum, L.: animus rerum, H.: adulandi gens prudentissima, Iu.: in iure civili: prudens anus Novemdialīs dissipare pulveres, H.With knowledge, deliberate : quos prudens praetereo, H.: amore ardeo, et prudens sciens, Vivus vidensque pereo, T.: sic ego prudens et sciens ad pestem ante oculos positam sum profectus.— Knowing, wise, discreet, prudent, sagacious, sensible, intelligent, clever, judicious : tribunus plebis: prudentissimus senex: Octavio ingenio prudentior: vir ad consilia: Illa deam longo prudens sermone tenebat, O.: malim videri nimis timidus quam parum prudens, circumspect : prudentissimum (consilium), N.

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